The Crimson White

Humanities integral to rounded education

Joe Puchner

June 17, 2015

The University of Bologna, the oldest continually operating university in the world, was founded nearly a millennia ago to train students in the arts of rhetoric, grammar and logic, for the purpose of developing their reason, i...

Professors talk foreign economies

Ashanka Kumari

November 29, 2011

In a global economy, David and Goliath are no longer enemies, but sail wearily in the same boat facing the uncertainty of their future, said Tatiana Tsakiropoulou-Summers, associate professor of Classics and UA Ombudsperson. Origi...

The Little Italy Renaissance

Tray Smith

October 13, 2011

After the Tide defeated the Florida Gators last year, a group of friends and I went to Little Italy to celebrate the victory with great pizza. We were greeted by a burst of inappropriate language over the sound system, heavy me...

Rome-ing the streets of Italy

Maggie Griffen

June 24, 2010

Since starting my study abroad program in May, I have traveled to Venice, Milan and Rome—not to mention studied in a beautiful small town in northern Italy. Aside from that, my program, The Consortium Institute of Managemen...

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