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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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The SGA office located in the Student Center.

SGA hosts One UA Week to promote inclusivity on campus

Emma Brandenburg, Contributing Writer February 4, 2024

The SGA will host its annual One UA Week starting Monday. The event’s theme, “Hate Doesn’t Roll Here,” promotes the University’s values of unity and respect while also encouraging students and...

SGA President Collier Dobbs delivering his State of the School Address on Jan. 30, 2024, in the UA Student Center Ballroom.

SGA President Collier Dobbs recognizes successes in State of the School address

Emma Brandenburg, Contributing Writer January 30, 2024

SGA President Collier Dobbs gave his State of the School address Tuesday evening, highlighting the organization's commitment to creating meaningful programming, legislation and initiatives while remaining...

The Randall Welcome Center

UA unveils new Randall Welcome Center

Emma Brandenburg, Contributing Writer January 21, 2024

The University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Catherine and Pettus Randall Welcome Center on Friday, honoring the successful renovation of Bryce Main and the future home of undergraduate admissions.   Prior...

Bama Dining’s giant gingerbread recreation of Bryant-Denny Stadium

Bama Dining creates larger-than-life gingerbread replica of Bryant-Denny Stadium

Emma Brandenburg, Contributing Writer December 6, 2023

In celebration of the holidays and Crimson Tide football, Bama Dining has created gingerbread replicas of Bryant-Denny Stadium and Denny Chimes in Lakeside Dining Hall.  Assembled by Executive Chef...

Musicians pose with Big Al at the WGRC’s first annual fall campfire.

WGRC spreads awareness for dating and domestic violence

Emma Brandenburg, Contributing Writer October 22, 2023

On Tuesday, the Women and Gender Resource Center joined organizations such as the Student Health Center, Turning Point and the Safe Sisters program to host a fall campfire. The event offered s’mores,...

Festival attendees leave behind words of encouragement to members of the LGBTQ+ community on Oct. 1 at Druid City Pride Festival.

[Photo] Tuscaloosa residents celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month at Druid City Pride

October 4, 2023

Festival attendees leave behind words of encouragement to members of the LGBTQ+ community on Oct. 1 at Druid City Pride Festival.

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