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The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

All content by Andrew Richardson

Alabama soccer rebounds, blankets MTSU

Andrew Richardson September 12, 2010

The Alabama soccer team rebounded from a tough Friday night loss at No. 20 Memphis by shutting out Middle Tennessee State 3-0 on a sunny Sunday afternoon at the Alabama Soccer Stadium in front of over...

Involvement makes the difference

Andrew Richardson April 18, 2010

It’s really strange to write a farewell column. After working at The Crimson White for two and a half years, it’s hard to imagine not being a part of it. My job has put me mostly behind the scenes...

Announcements for 4/9/2010

Andrew Richardson April 8, 2010

Jefferson Avenue closing for construction The entrance of Jefferson Avenue from University Blvd. will be closed starting on Monday for the construction of the Alpha Tau Omega New Chapter House. The public...

Fashion Rocks and so does Society’s Body

Andrew Richardson March 4, 2010

The Fashion Rocks and So Does My Body show on Feb. 23 nearly filled the Ferguson Theater to capacity and would have been the perfect opportunity to raise social awareness about the media’s poor and...

“Heavy Rain” challenges traditional gaming

Andrew Richardson February 26, 2010

Despite claims that it transcends its medium, make no mistake: “Heavy Rain” is a video game. There is a lot of progress to be made before video games can even start to be regarded in the same echelon...

Announcements for 2/17/2010

Andrew Richardson February 17, 2010

Campus Voice holds forum for student leaders On Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the Ferguson Center Ballroom, the SOURCE’s Campus Voice Initiative will host the first Campus Voice Forum. The event is designed...

‘Bioshock 2’ enhances gameplay, not story

Andrew Richardson February 17, 2010

When “Bioshock” was released in 2007, it appeared the story of the underwater city of Rapture had come to a close. The sequel, however, still manages to create an experience that rivals the original,...

Announcements for 2/11/2010

Andrew Richardson February 11, 2010

Genealogy event to be held Saturday In celebration of Black History Month, the UA Black Faculty and Staff Association and the department of race and gender studies present “Researching African American...

Our View: Gambling raids unnecessary

Andrew Richardson February 4, 2010

In short: Crackdowns on illegal gambling are a waste of money and won’t solve the problem. It’s a well-known cliché to people who call for the legalization of drugs: The easiest way to stop the war...

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