The Crimson White

Always follow your bliss

Will Thomas

April 20, 2010

When the opinions editor of this fine, upstanding paper notified me that a farewell column was in order, I was intimidated by the task. How does one fit four years of life lessons into approximately six hundred and fifty words? Ev...

A Lesson in Time

Will Thomas

April 13, 2010

Despite having the opportunity to spout off my highly enlightened and informed opinions every two weeks here on the fourth page of The Crimson White, I occasionally have experiences that humble me and teach me a little bit ab...

Sacrifice key to success

Will Thomas

March 30, 2010

Throughout my soon-ending undergraduate career, there has been one theme that my professors, mentors, critics and the people I pay off to be my friends have reinforced time and time again, and it’s something that has been in...

Time for a New Approach

Will Thomas

March 10, 2010

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the Connect the Dots Conference hosted by New College and the David Mathews Center for Civic Life. I wrote about this conference about a month ago, but I really came away from it...

Grabbing at straws

Will Thomas

February 24, 2010

Last week, controversy erupted in the race to become Alabama’s Democratic nominee for governor. The two men in the race, Congressman Artur Davis and Alabama Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks, have been campaigning for the n...

Connect the Dots

Will Thomas

February 10, 2010

Over the past week, Sen. Richard Shelby, the state’s senior senator, has been accused of blocking the Obama administration’s nominations for senior government officials, holding up a lot of the work that the Obama administration is...

Winning attitudes: on, off field

Will Thomas

January 13, 2010

As some of you may be aware by this point in time, our football team had the opportunity during our winter break to go to Pasadena, Calif., and win the 13th national title in our school’s history. While it’s great that we w...

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