The Crimson White

Study Abroad Fair to be held in Ferg

Olivia Hodge

September 13, 2011

The annual Study Abroad Fair will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 13from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Ferguson Student Center’s second floor main lobby. The event, sponsored by the Capstone International Program, is open to any students wh...

Obama’s jobs plan could have local impact

Kris Mitchell

September 12, 2011

In a Sept. 8 address to a rare joint-session of Congress, President Barack Obama proposed the American Jobs Act—a $447 billion plan consisting of a combination of tax cuts, public works programs and construction projects. Th...

Unity initiative shelved by officals

Tray Smith

September 1, 2011

In an attempt to unify the student body after the April 27 tornado abruptly put an end to the spring semester, members of the SGA Student Organization Seating Committee discussed doing away with block seating for the first ho...

SGA increases football ticket penalties

Taylor Holland

August 30, 2011

As the Alabama football team prepares for Saturday’s home opener against Kent State, so too is much of the student body, friends and family members. However, the SGA has amended the student football ticket penalty system, w...

Show off your dorm room in Monday’s paper

CW Staff

August 22, 2011

Are you proud of your dorm room? Do you want to share your new space with other students? Then submit a photo of you and your roommates to The Crimson White, and you could be featured in Monday’s newspaper! Submission Instructi...

Spam hits Crimson mail

Sarah Massey

August 3, 2011

For students who check their Crimson email account regularly, emails sent from CampusBuddy.com have been frequently popping up in the past few weeks. This website, which links both classmates to one another and provides information su...

Retired judge funds nursing scholarship

Sarah Massey

August 3, 2011

The Capstone College of Nursing recently received a donation of $100,000 to create an endowed scholarship for incoming freshman nursing students. Donated by Gordon Rosen, a retired municipal judge and practicing lawyer, and hi...

Fall recruitment is right around the corner

Katherine Mitchell

July 27, 2011

Every year, hundreds of girls flock to the houses on Magnolia and Colonial Drive to participate in fall sorority recruitment. Recruitment week, also known as rush week, is a time when the University’s 15 National Panhellen...

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