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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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UA ranks 74th in national report of sexual health

UA ranks 74th in national report of sexual health

February 22, 2018

The University of Alabama is accustomed to excellence; whether it be in the classroom or on the football field, people all over the country know Alabama is on top – except if you are talking about sexual...

“The Producers” comes to Bean-Brown Theatre

July 13, 2016

Singing, dancing and laughter will commence Friday night at Theatre Tuscaloosa’s premiere of the musical “The Producers” at Bean-Brown Theatre at Shelton State Community College.“The Producers”...

We Are Done hosts demonstration to promote change on campus

November 19, 2015

 This morning, students with the We Are Done organization gathered in protest on campus at the Malone Hood Plaza and then marched to the steps of Gorgas library, where several students spoke at length...

Student growth spurs campus-wide construction

Student growth spurs campus-wide construction

November 16, 2015

The University of Alabama recorded its highest enrollment ever for the 2015-2016 school year, with over 37,000 students, according to a news release from UA News from September. As the number of students...

Med Pass keeps track of immunization records

Med Pass keeps track of immunization records

October 26, 2015

Each year, millions of students across the country head to college for the first time. They load their cars with clothes, books and everything else a college student might need. What they do not realize...

Mayors meet to discuss improvements in communities

Mayors meet to discuss improvements in communities

October 19, 2015

Mayor Walter Maddox met with the mayors of Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile and Montgomery at the Embassy Suites in downtown Tuscaloosa this morning. They hosted a press conference after the meeting, sharing...

Music department to present UA Organ Spook-takular

Music department to present UA Organ Spook-takular

October 8, 2015

Spooky sounds will be heard from the Moody Concert Hall on Oct. 16 for the Halloween-themed UA Organ Spook-takular. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. and features costumed performances from students in...

Students to compete in can formation competition

Students to compete in can formation competition

October 6, 2015

Students will compete in a can formation competition tomorrow throughout the Ferguson Center for Homecoming Week. Teams of students from student organizations, fraternities, sororities and the SGA Executive...

Shootings, gun regulations draw controversy

Shootings, gun regulations draw controversy

September 28, 2015

An eye peers down the metal sights. Lungs expand and deflate. A twitch of a finger starts a chain reaction as the trigger is pulled. In an instant, the firing pin strikes the primer of a bullet or shell,...

Gallettes to host GlowRage paint party

Gallettes to host GlowRage paint party

September 24, 2015

Students will have an opportunity to attend a GlowRage paint party at Gallettes on Thursday, September 24 from 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m., featuring Stoags, a DJ specializing in electronic dance music. Tickets...

Board of Trustees announces Ray Hayes as next chancellor for the UA System

September 18, 2015

The Board of Trustees met Thursday and Friday in the Bryant Conference Center to discuss matters concerning all three campuses in the University of Alabama System. It was decided that Ray Hayes, current...

Study Abroad fair offers travel opportunities to students

Study Abroad fair offers travel opportunities to students

September 18, 2015

Students and faculty filled the Crimson Promenade Wednesday, September 16 for the Study Abroad Fair, which showcased some of the international learning opportunities for students. Students explored many...

SGA hosts sexual assault prevention town hall meeting

September 16, 2015

SGA hosted a sexual assault prevention town hall meeting on September 15 at 7:00 p.m. as part of kick off week for the It’s On Us campaign. A panel of 11 speakers discussed the issue of sexual assault...

Alabama Social Work Hall of Fame to honor three new members

Alabama Social Work Hall of Fame to honor three new members

September 15, 2015

The Alabama Social Work Hall of Fame will honor three new members on October 2 at 11:30 a.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Edith Fraser, John Houston and Harriett Means will join a list of individuals...

Resiliency Initiative aims to foster success

Resiliency Initiative aims to foster success

September 11, 2015

Students involved in the new Resiliency Initiative met inside of Coleman Coliseum on Thursday, September 10, to listen to several speakers and tour the gymnastics locker room. The Resiliency Initiative...

Greek organizations to hold philanthropy events

August 28, 2015

Fraternities and sororities across campus will host a variety of philanthropy events this semester. They hope to raise thousands of dollars for their respective organizations. Some of the major events...

Student organization promotes deaf-friendly culture

Student organization promotes deaf-friendly culture

August 25, 2015

DEAF Hands Speak is a new organization on campus this year that aims to promote deaf-friendly culture and teach sign language, as well as forge bonds with the deaf community of Tuscaloosa. It is the...

Mobile hearing center combats hearing loss in Alabama

Mobile hearing center combats hearing loss in Alabama

August 24, 2015

 Students might see a new addition to campus this semester rolling down University Boulevard. The Hear Here Alabama truck is a new initiative led by Dr. Marcia Hay-McCutcheon, associate professor of communicative...

SGA senators reflect on previous year's legislation

SGA senators reflect on previous year's legislation

April 19, 2015

As the semester comes to a close, much of the activity on campus will be winding down, including the Student 
Government Association.Much has happened this year for the SGA. It hosted many events to...

SGA senate approves funding for suicide prevention training program

April 16, 2015

The SGA senate unanimously passed four bills at their meeting Thursday night.The senate passed an act that allocates funding for a suicide prevention training program. This act comes in the wake of the...

Chief of staff appointment voted down

April 8, 2015

In a 32-13 vote, the SGA Senate rejected President Elliot Spillers’s nomination of Chisolm Allenlundy for chief of staff. Five senators either abstained or were absent. As a result of the failure to...

Milo's to make return

March 29, 2015

Milo’s Hamburgers is returning to Tuscaloosa in late April after having its former building wiped out during the April 27, 2011, tornado. Though there is not a set date for the opening, updates will...

Homegrown Alabama will return with market in April

Homegrown Alabama will return with market in April

March 11, 2015

Homegrown Alabama, a student organization that hosts farmer’s markets to promote local produce and farmers, will celebrate its 10th season in April.The organization will host its first market Thursday,...

SGA presidential candidates to debate Monday night

March 8, 2015

SGA presidential candidates will face off Monday night in a debate hosted by the United Alabama Project.Students are welcome to attend and see Elliot Spillers and Stephen Keller present their views for...

SODEL hosts candidate forum

March 5, 2015

Candidates for Student Government Association executive offices discussed their campaign platforms in front of students at a forum hosted by Students for Open Doors and Ethical Leadership Wednesday night....

Initiative funds gulf study

Initiative funds gulf study

February 16, 2015

Two biologists from The University of Alabama will lead a study of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative funded a $1.5 million grant for the study.Patricia Sobecky,...

Spirit of Alabama Act tabled at SGA Senate meeting Thursday

February 13, 2015

The capacity of the Ferguson Center Forum was exceeded at the Student Government Association Senate meeting on Feb. 12.The majority of student observers showed up to support the Spirit of Alabama Act,...

SGA honors Wilder, proposes fundraising

SGA honors Wilder, proposes fundraising

February 9, 2015

The SGA Senate passed two resolutions and sent three other resolutions to the appropriate committees during it’s meeting in the Ferguson Center Forum on Thursday. Resolutions 13 and 19 approved funding...

News in brief, 2/2/15

News in brief, 2/2/15

February 2, 2015

Deontay Wilder recognized by SGAThe SGA Senate met Thursday evening to discuss a resolution honoring Tuscaloosa native and WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder. The resolution recognized Wilder for...

Unlocked hosts forum on race in public schools

February 2, 2015

Students and members of the UA community crowded into 1093 Shelby Hall on Thursday night to see the forum “Confronting Reality: Race in Our Public Schools.”“I was really excited to see so many students...

UnlockED to host forum

UnlockED to host forum

January 28, 2015

UnlockED UA will host a forum for all students Thursday focusing on racial segregation in Tuscaloosa public schools. The forum centers around the re-segregation of schools in Tuscaloosa, as shown in “Segregation...

Rec Center offers gear

January 21, 2015

For those fond of outdoor activities like camping and backpacking, Alabama provides many opportunities during the winter season because of its milder climate.There are dozens of campgrounds across the...

Course teaches America's urbanization through architecture

Course teaches America's urbanization through architecture

November 30, 2014

Anyone walking around Tuscaloosa during the past semester might have seen Sharony Green and her 13 students around town studying buildings 
and structures. Green’s course, Nineteenth Century City,...

Group sends care packages to soldiers

Group sends care packages to soldiers

November 12, 2014

Today, there are more than 1,388,028 men and women serving as active duty members of the armed forces according to the Department of Defense 2012 report on military demographics. These men and women comprising...

Law school app streamlined

November 11, 2014

Undergraduate students at The University of Alabama are eligible for streamlined application processes to The University of Alabama School of Law, a program ranked in the top 25 law schools in the country,...

Mortar Board wins award

Mortar Board wins award

October 1, 2014

The University of Alabama’s Hypatia chapter of the Mortar Board recently earned two honors at their national conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The chapter was nominated as a top five finalist for the...

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