The Crimson White

Fifty years later, true nature of race relations still open for discussion

Jordan Cissell

April 9, 2013

"Look at that black guy riding by on his skateboard right now,” Utz McKnight said, swiveling in our bench on the Crimson Promenade to point out a skateboarder weaving coolly through congested lunch-time foot traffic. “H...

Students for Life to hold annual week of protests

Kyle Dennan

April 9, 2013

When walking to class Monday, students might have noticed a display on the Quad – 3,500 bright blue and pink flags arranged in a tight rectangle. Courtney Pixler, president of Bama Students for Life, said the event, “Cemetery...

Hospice of West Alabama offers patients peace

Alexandra Ellsworth

April 9, 2013

One memory sticks out to Margie Thompson from her time volunteering with Hospice of the Valley in Decatur, Ala., –carrying bucket after bucket of blood from a hospice patient’s bedside. In a bright, airy sun room, a middle-...

Hearts against wounds: Event serves as therapy for survivors of violence

Amanda Gold

April 8, 2013

For the victims of domestic violence featured as the artists in the Women’s Resource Center’s Wounded Hearts exhibit, their hearts were more than canvases. They were therapy. For Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the WRC will be hosting the Wounded Heart exhibit, which showcases wooden he...

Alabama wins final game of Missouri series 14-6

Kelly Ward

April 8, 2013

The Crimson Tide won two out of a three-game series against Missouri, winning the last one 14-6. The rout of the Tigers came after a 9-4 loss on Saturday. “I thought everybody battled hard,” coach Patrick Murphy said. “...

Two Alabama students win competition with water tower apartment design

Adrienne Burch

April 8, 2013

Lauren Wallace, a senior majoring in interior design, has spent all semester turning a water tower into a residential dwelling. Wallace and senior interior design major Melita Hudson won first place in their divisions at the Interior Design Association’s Student Day Design competition last...

Students research child development on campus

Tori Linville

April 4, 2013

The first time a child says “Roll Tide,” what makes them do so? University of Alabama students from many different departments are looking to answer this question and many more as they observe and write about children and ch...

Longtime athletics director Mal Moore dies at 73

Marc Torrence

March 30, 2013

The University of Alabama has confirmed that longtime athletics director Mal Moore has passed away at the age of 73 in Durham, N.C. Moore had been hospitalized at Duke University Medial Center since March 14 with pulmonary pr...

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