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The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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UA history course explores queerness in the South

April 10, 2022
Debates and discussions regarding queer rights and identity in America have been widespread for decades, with many conversations focusing on cities thought to be the epicenters of queer culture, including San Francisco and New York City. In many cases, this discussion excludes the South. 
Honesty in therapy is the key to better mental health

Honesty in therapy is the key to better mental health

March 2, 2022
Access to convenient and effective mental health services has always been important for college students, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Graphic detailing the Department of Art and Art History Biennial Faculty Exhibition.

Faculty art on display in biennial exhibition

February 13, 2022
Drawing on a tradition that has existed in The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History for decades, the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art is hosting the Faculty Biennial Exhibition, which features paintings, digital art and sculptures.
Sustainable fashion doesn’t have to be complicated

Sustainable fashion doesn’t have to be complicated

January 30, 2022
Fast fashion companies are on the rise among college students for their inexpensive, easily accessible products.
‘Jinxed’: Upcoming sitcom features UA students and staff

‘Jinxed’: Upcoming sitcom features UA students and staff

January 12, 2022
From three UA student producers comes “Jinxed,” a sitcom that tells a tale of mistakes, redemption and the understanding that life often works out best when we stop trying to force it to.
Promotional flyer for the Diwali event. See the who, what, when, and where section of this article.

The Capstone celebrates the Festival of Lights

November 11, 2021
Diwali, typically observed for one to five days, celebrates new beginnings and the victory of good over evil.
A photo of ASFA students with Big Al.

Romeo and Juliet, but make it the Iron Bowl

October 24, 2021
Modernizations of Shakespeare’s classic “Romeo and Juliet” have graced both the screen and the stage, but none capture the essence of Alabama quite like the Alabama School of the Fine Arts’ production of “Romeo and Juliet: Iron Bowl Edition.” 
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