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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Former governor Bob Riley to speak about leadership

Former governor Bob Riley to speak about leadership

April 25, 2018

Who: Students who RSVP What: Former Governor Bob Riley Lecture and Q&A When: Wednesday April 25 at 4 pm Where: Ferguson Center Ballroom Why: Speak about leadership and career tips Former governor of Alabama...

CrimsonHacks to spend weekend hosting hacking marathon

CrimsonHacks to spend weekend hosting hacking marathon

April 13, 2018

Who: Pre-registered students who signed up for the event can go What: CrimsonHacks hacking marathon When: April 14-15, early registration begins April 13 Where: Ferguson Student Center Ballroom Why: Provide...

Student advising sessions vary to accommodate department sizes

April 9, 2018

As the University's incoming freshman classes continue to grow, required registration sessions have started to vary from college to college to accommodate different department sizes, but students and advisors...

Great Campus Write-In to help students write papers

Great Campus Write-In to help students write papers

April 6, 2018

Who: All students are welcome to attend. The event is sponsored by University Libraries and the University Writing Center. What: Great Campus Write-In When: Monday, April 9 from 1-4 p.m. Where: Room 205...

UA junior wins PRWeeks Outstanding Student Award

UA junior wins PRWeek’s Outstanding Student Award

April 4, 2018

Maret Montanari was the first student from The University of Alabama to win the Outstanding Student Award at the PRWeek Awards.   Others in the past have made it to the final round, but Montanari, a junior...

Dropping class with W sometimes better than GPA tanking

Dropping class with W sometimes ‘better’ than GPA tanking

March 28, 2018

As students near the end of their spring semester, those struggling in particular classes can drop the credit for a "W" on their transcript. The deadline for UA students to drop a class with a W is March...

College to host panel discussion on Wrinkle in Time for womens history month

College to host panel discussion on Wrinkle in Time for women’s history month

March 21, 2018

Who: College of Communication and Information Sciences What: Private screening of A Wrinkle in Time When: Tuesday, March 20 at 6:30 pm Where: Cobb Theatres  Why: Celebrate Women’s History Month and...

Whelton to speak at David and Natica Bahar Memorial Lectureship

Whelton to speak at David and Natica Bahar Memorial Lectureship

March 7, 2018

Who: Paul K. Whelton, MD and the College of Community Health Sciences are hosting the free event that is open to all What: The David And Natica Bahar Memorial Lectureship When: Thursday, March 8 from 7:00-8:30...

Lakeside closure to inconvenience freshmen

Lakeside closure to inconvenience freshmen

March 6, 2018

The well-worn food locale, Lakeside Dining, will close at the start of spring break for renovations and improvements for future students and will remain closed the rest of the school year. These changes...

BSU celebrates 50 years of supporting students

BSU celebrates 50 years of supporting students

March 1, 2018

Founded in April 1968, the Black Student Union has served as an advocacy organization for black students for 50 years now and is the first and oldest minority student organization at UA. To commemorate...

CrossingPoint graduate makes his dream come true

CrossingPoint graduate makes his dream come true

February 5, 2018

The CrossingPoints program at The University of Alabama has taught students with disabilities valuable life skills that give them the freedom to take charge of their life, one towel at a time. Cody Pope...

University Programs to host Arts in Activism discussion workshop

University Programs to host ‘Arts in Activism’ discussion workshop

February 2, 2018

In honor of Black History Month, University Programs (UP) is promoting the 6th annual Tuscaloosa Africana Film Festival with a discussion workshop on Feb. 1. The film festival, which runs this Saturday...

University to investigate other women in racial slur ridden video

University to investigate other women in racial slur ridden video

January 22, 2018

Former UA student and Alpha Phi member Harley Barber faced repercussions following the release of a video from her Instagram page that contained racist language and attitudes. After its publication, Barber...

Color guard members Think Grey during national championship performance

Color guard members “Think Grey” during national championship performance

January 17, 2018

The national championship win for the Crimson Tide brought a close to a bittersweet day for members of the Million Dollar Band. A member of the color guard, 20-year-old Stephanie Cartagena, lost her battle...

Free speech of Greek students restricted

Free speech of Greek students restricted

December 7, 2017

When members of Greek organizations become initiated, they join a brotherhood, a sisterhood and a new set of rules. These rules often concern how members present themselves. Organizations often set precautions...

3D printing revolutionizing prosthetics industry

3D printing revolutionizing prosthetics industry

November 20, 2017

In an ever-evolving, tech-dependent world, advances in medicine have made the lives of amputees more convenient, physically and financially. The advent of 3-D printing (also known as additive manufacturing)...

Student sleuths solve murder mystery at University Programs dinner

Student sleuths solve murder mystery at University Programs dinner

November 12, 2017

About one hundred students-turned-sleuths worked in teams to solve the murder of Johnny Diamond Thursday night. Jealous groupies, indebted doctors and rejected rockstars were among the list of possible...

Murder mystery dinner to transform students into detectives

Murder mystery dinner to transform students into detectives

November 8, 2017

 What: Live-action Clue and Murder Mystery Dinner Who: This event is open to all University of Alabama students. It is sponsored by University Programs. When: Thursday, Nov. 9 from 7-10 p.m. Where: Ferguson...

Health expo provides students with information for local healthcare

Health expo provides students with information for local healthcare

October 24, 2017

In light of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the University of Alabama chapter of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) hosted the 2017 West Alabama Women’s Healthcare Expo. Aimed at promoting...

Fair-style food and games to be offered at Lakeside Dining

Fair-style food and games to be offered at Lakeside Dining

October 17, 2017

What: Carnival-Themed Dinner Students will have access to fair-style foods such as funnel cakes, fried everything, a mix-it-yourself soda bar, turkey legs, and much more.  The fun will continue with games,...

Homecoming Parade celebrates legacy and student organizations

Homecoming Parade celebrates legacy and student organizations

October 16, 2017

Hundreds of members of The University of Alabama community lined the streets of Tuscaloosa to watch the procession of the annual Homecoming Parade on Saturday afternoon. Students, alumni and fans alike...

Homecoming festivities to culminate with weekend parade

Homecoming festivities to culminate with weekend parade

October 13, 2017

What: University of Alabama Homecoming Parade Who: Different student organizations, such as the Million Dollar Band, Crimsonettes and cheerleaders will participate in the parade.  The event is open to...

Workshop to address overload

Workshop to address overload

October 4, 2017

What: Self-Inflicted Overload Workshop Who: HR Learning and Development. This event is open to the University Community. Members are encouraged to register in advance at https://uahr.skillport.com/skillportfe/main.action?path=summary/ILT/ilt_PD019....

Event discusses Latinx activism campuswide, statewide

Event discusses Latinx activism campuswide, statewide

October 3, 2017

Self-declared “undocumented and unafraid” activist Benjamin Tzompaxtle Itehua spoke to students on Monday night about his experiences as an undocumented immigrant living in Alabama, and of the work...

Speech to discuss Latinx activism

Speech to discuss Latinx activism

September 29, 2017

Continuing in the celebration of Hispanic/Latinx awareness month, Alabama Students Without Borders, in partnership with the Hispanic-Latino Association and the School of Social Work,  have teamed up to...

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