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The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Prison practices betray the Tutwiler legacy

April 22, 2014

The University of Alabama’s Julia Tutwiler Hall residency received its namesake from the proponent of educational, prison and women’s rights reform, but another building off a busy Wetumpka highway...

UA honors prestigious alum at symposium

April 21, 2014

Scientists, authors and renowned scholars from around the country will gather this week at The University of Alabama to discuss the future of biodiversity during “Edward O. Wilson Week,” a three-day...

Students find aid as tax day looms

April 8, 2014

Do not be alarmed by students running with stacks of paperwork, sighing apprehensively or carrying several No. 2 pencils. With only six days until the deadline to file taxes, students should keep a few...

Honors week awards student achievements

April 1, 2014

The University of Alabama continues into the third day of Honors Week on Wednesday with festivities focused on achievements of students and faculty throughout campus. “The purpose of Honors Week is...

Lethal injection: Student heroin use increases

Lethal injection: Student heroin use increases

March 19, 2014

As heroin use has grown across the country in recent years, the Tuscaloosa and University of Alabama communities have been no exception. Wayne Robertson, commander of the West Alabama Narcotics Task Force,...

History of education conference presents speakers, research

March 19, 2014

Academics throughout the Southeast will converge at the University of Alabama College of Education’s Southern History of Education Society Annual Conference this weekend to discuss various topics in...

Circle K to host Skate Night

March 10, 2014

Both masters of skating and wobbly-legged beginners are invited to attend Skate Night, an upcoming charity benefit hosted by the University of Alabama student organization Circle K in honor of Jason McNeil,...

Academic Honor Council looks to increase membership

February 25, 2014

The Academic Honor Council, a student-driven organization that promotes academic honesty, will soon welcome a wave of new members with an induction ceremony in April. “We work to promote honesty campus-wide...

Student groups promote diversity

February 18, 2014

In recent semesters, a plethora of new student organizations promoting diversity have sprung up on campus and existing groups have found renewed purpose. These grassroots campaigns work to address specific...

Female African-American authors to be honored

February 12, 2014

This Wednesday, students and faculty at The University of Alabama will have the opportunity to commemorate African-American Heritage Month with books. The Women’s Resource Center and the gender and race...

Task force to promote diversity

February 12, 2014

The task force created last fall in response to allegations of segregation in the Greek system has begun to show the first fruits of its labor in encouraging campuswide diversity. The Senate Task Force...

Program sponsors heritage trips to Israel for Jewish youths

February 10, 2014

Since 1999, the non-profit Taglit-Birthright Israel program has sponsored more than 350,000 Jewish youths on heritage trips to ancestral Israel. Application deadlines for its upcoming summer tour are fast...

Tuscaloosa economy more than football

Tuscaloosa economy more than football

February 10, 2014

It’s no secret that University of Alabama football provides a significant boost to Tuscaloosa’s economy, but it may not make up the percentage of the city’s income that most people would think,...

Chinese students ring in Year of the Horse, spring

Chinese students ring in Year of the Horse, spring

February 3, 2014

The Association of Chinese Students and Scholars came together Saturday evening in the Ferguson Center Ballroom to ring in the Year of the Horse with singing, dancing, food and games. About 400 students,...

Chinese Spring Festival to celebrate Year of the Horse

January 29, 2014

The Association of Chinese Students and Scholars will ring in the Year of the Horse with singing, dancing, food, games and a kung-fu demonstration at the annual Chinese Spring Festival Ceremony. The festival...

Health Career Forum promotes rural medicine

January 21, 2014

Rural areas of Alabama are facing a significant shortage of primary care physicians, according to a press release issued by The University of Alabama. There is an even greater shortage of minority physicians...

Recent UA alum saves family from fire

January 16, 2014

Black smoke surrounded Jordan Wood as he made his way to the bedroom window. Choking on the acrid fog, he blindly felt his way to the window pane and punched through the glass. For the first time in what...

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