The Crimson White

All content by Paige Henderson
'Cops and Robbers' depicts police tension

'Cops and Robbers' depicts police tension

April 12, 2015

One man became 17 characters Friday night, as local students and theater goers took to the Tuscaloosa River Market to witness a one-man play centered on the fallout from a police shooting in a small community....

Ferguson Center to host viewing

Ferguson Center to host viewing

April 8, 2015

University Programs will host a “Game of Thrones” viewing party Wednesday night for the popular HBO show’s season 
five premiere.All students are invited to attend the pre-screening party that...

The John Fraser Ramsey Premier Award: Derek Carter

The John Fraser Ramsey Premier Award: Derek Carter

April 1, 2015

Derek Carter, a junior from Joplin, Missouri, majoring in mathematics and economics, was awarded the John Fraser Ramsey Premier Award for his academic and philanthropic performance thus far at the University.Carter...

The Catherine Johnson Randall Premier Award: Brian Goodell

The Catherine Johnson Randall Premier Award: Brian Goodell

April 1, 2015

Brian Goodell, a senior from Plattsburgh, New York, majoring in chemical engineering and physics, was awarded the Catherine Johnson Randall Premier Award for his outstanding academic performance at the...

Tide Talks provides student platform for sharing experiences

Tide Talks provides student platform for sharing experiences

March 24, 2015

Joey Weed is a junior majoring in mathematics and economics. Weed is highly involved across campus and to add to his responsibilities, he has just become the president of Tide Talks. Tide Talks is a student-run...

Presidential debate held in Bryant-Denny Stadium

Presidential debate held in Bryant-Denny Stadium

March 9, 2015

The Zone in Bryant-Denny was packed with students in support of presidential candidates Stephen Keller and Elliot Spillers on Monday night.The presidential debate began with Spillers’ opening statement...

Graduate student founds UA feminist caucus

Graduate student founds UA feminist caucus

March 4, 2015

Cassidy Ellis is a second-year graduate student studying women's studies and communications. Ellis, a Montgomery native, founded the Feminist Caucus and is currently serving as the organization's president. The...

Weekly event promotes health

Weekly event promotes health

February 25, 2015

Global Movement Mondays, a weekly addition to events at the Ferguson Center, is aimed to join faculty, staff and students in group exercises from around the world. The program began as an event sponsored...

Payton Edberg crowned new Miss UA

Payton Edberg crowned new Miss UA

February 23, 2015

Payton Edberg, a sophomore majoring in public relations and marketing, was crowned as the 2015 Miss University of Alabama on Saturday evening. After competing in a physical fitness and swimsuit portion,...

Bama Theatre to host Miss UA

Bama Theatre to host Miss UA

February 19, 2015

The 41st annual Miss UA pageant, an official preliminary pageant to Miss Alabama, will take place this Saturday night at the Bama Theatre. The pageant is sponsored by the University of Alabama National...

Group recycles gowns

Group recycles gowns

February 18, 2015

For many students, graduation gowns serve as a point of pride, as they represent the pay off for years of hard work. However, most of these gowns are worn once for a short amount of time and then never...

APR adds specializations with other changes

APR adds specializations with other changes

February 16, 2015

A curriculum update is coming to the department of advertising and public relations that will add specializations for lower level APR students.The update, which has been a work in progress within the APR...

Applications for University Stewards now open

February 10, 2015

University Stewards have varied responsibilities on campus, including assisting admissions staff on campus, speaking at admission receptions, getting in touch with students after campus visits and allowing...

Chromebooks for checkout at UA libraries

February 10, 2015

Students may check out Chromebooks from University Libraries from now until Feb. 28. Google Chrome is a high-speed browser that makes the internet easier and safer for users. The Chromebooks will be available...

Harassment hotline available at University

February 10, 2015

A 24-hour hazing and harassment hotline is available at The University of Alabama. Any individual experiencing or witnessing discrimination, inappropriate behavior or hazing can call (205) 348-HALT (4258)...

Application deadline approaching for Policy Fellowship

February 10, 2015

This semester, 15 to 20 undergraduate students will have the opportunity to serve in the Policy Fellowship, a program which branches from the University of Alabama chapter of the American Association of...

University Programs to host “Perfecting Your Professionalism” dinner

February 10, 2015

University Programs welcomes students interesting in honing their professional skills and networking strategies for dinner at Chuck’s Fish. The director of the University’s sales program, Joe Calamusa,...

Study trip to India planned

Study trip to India planned

January 29, 2015

Twenty-four students and two professors will spend 21 days in India this summer through a new study abroad trip in the STEM Path to MBA program offered by the Culverhouse College of Commerce.The trip,...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894
Paige Henderson