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Taking your health into your own hands: How to make a medical kit for your dorm

August 8, 2022

For many, college is the first step into adulthood. Whether freshmen are living on their own for the first time or not, many students may have questions about how to live and survive while they’re miles...

Culture Pick: The Crimson White editors dish on their recent favorite podcasts

Culture Pick: The Crimson White editors dish on their recent favorite podcasts

July 27, 2022

Podcasts have gained popularity in recent years, from ones delving into murder mysteries and celebrity gossip to ones that tell you the daily news and help you better your life. According to a March 2022...

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Culture Pick: Trixie Mattel shows that drag and home renovation go hand in hand in “Trixie Motel”

July 20, 2022

When most people think of Trixie Mattel, they may think of the country-singing, pink-clad, life-sized Barbie drag queen made famous by “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” which she would eventually go on to win...

Bama Bug Fest highlights the importance of insects

Bama Bug Fest highlights the importance of insects

April 20, 2022
Bama Bug Fest celebrates the insects and bugs that shape our environment and make big impacts despite their size.
Safety, sanitation and security at off-campus student housing

Safety, sanitation and security at off-campus student housing

November 18, 2021
With 167 student apartments listed on the UA off-campus housing resources page, there are bound to be some problems.
‘We do not live in a post-colonial world’: UA professors talk decolonization in academia

‘We do not live in a post-colonial world’: UA professors talk decolonization in academia

October 20, 2021
While many believe that colonization is something that happened centuries ago, the effects of colonization still run deep — and  it’s apparent on college campuses. 
The art of balance: Maintaining physical, social and mental health in college

The art of balance: Maintaining physical, social and mental health in college

August 4, 2021
In high school, many students dream of the independence and freedom that college provides, but many students struggle to navigate the complex world of higher education with their newfound liberty.
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‘Positively optimistic’: People reflect and look ahead after a year with COVID-19

April 14, 2021

After being thrown into quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19 in March 2020, the unemployment rate soared to 14.7%, a rate that hasn’t been seen since the Great Depression. Students fell behind in...

Your guide to UAs very own radio shows and podcasts

Your guide to UA’s very own radio shows and podcasts

March 21, 2021

With thousands of podcasts and radio shows to choose from, it’s not always easy to find ones that you love. From true crime and comedy to beauty and health, these audio bites have a little bit of something...

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