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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Skoller app keeps track of students’ assignments

March 28, 2019
Hundreds of students at The University of Alabama are utilizing the app Skoller, created by Belmont University graduate Carson Ward, to help students stay organized with their classwork.
Q&A with Hunter Scott, vice president for Financial Affairs candidate

Q&A with Hunter Scott, vice president for Financial Affairs candidate

March 4, 2019

Q: Year, major, hometown: A: Sophomore, biology and psychology, Birmingham, Alabama Q: How did you originally get involved with SGA, or if you are not currently involved, what made you want to...

Navigating race abroad educates students of culture shock

Navigating race abroad educates students of culture shock

February 26, 2019
I, Too, Am Study Abroad - Navigating Race and Ethnicity Abroad on Feb. 27 will make students aware of the culture shock some experience when studying in another country.
CW/ Kallie Chabla

UA internship placement ranks No. 1 in SEC

February 21, 2019
The University of Alabama’s Career Center proved its effectiveness as the Princeton Review’s 2019 list of America’s best schools for internship placement put the University at No. 1 in the SEC and No. 10 in the nation.
CW/ Carter Eike

Annual drive collects books for Alabama Black Belt counties

January 29, 2019
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development began collecting books for its 14th annual Books for the Alabama Black Belt drive on Jan. 21, and it will end Feb. 18.
CW/ Hannah Saad

University ranks top 5 on seeking arrangement website

January 25, 2019
Susan Clements, staff therapist in the UA counseling center, talked about the history behind seeking arrangements and the creation of sugar daddies and sugar mamas.
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MLK service day encourages community involvement

January 18, 2019
The University’s diversity, equity and inclusion office and the Center for Service and Leadership are hosting a three-week long series of events in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
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ASU historian presents on first MLK biography

January 17, 2019
Alabama State University historian Derryn Moten republished the first biography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. recently, and he will give a presentation Jan. 17 in Gorgas Library for the public.
CW/ Emma Junck

Organizations work to benefit SAFE Center

January 17, 2019
The Tuscaloosa SAFE Center has been operating for three months, and student organizations are brainstorming ways to best assist the Center and its patients.
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CrossFit Candor run benefits local program

December 6, 2018
CrossFit Candor is hosting the Candor Power Hour Sleigh Run for its program Power Hour, a free weekly class for adaptive athletes with special needs.
Undergrad neuroscience program to begin in fall 2020

Undergrad neuroscience program to begin in fall 2020

November 16, 2018
Nan Mu, a UA graduate student studying educational psychology and neuroscience, remembered a special place to her: China. This is where she first discovered her interest in intellectual and cognitive style thinking and learning.
CW/ Scarlet VanMeter

Veterans Week to end with 5K run

November 8, 2018
Third annual Veterans Day Run; 100 percent of proceeds benefit local military and veteran organizations.
CW/ Scarlet VanMeter

Greensboro holds job fair for community

November 5, 2018
Felecia Travis, a student at The University of Alabama, explored Michaels on Nov. 1 for the perfect set of supplies to make signs for her first job fair.

SGA executive officer learns leadership at Mount Vernon

October 30, 2018
After the summer spent at Mount Vernon, Martinson said it was really cool to live in the quarters Washington once resided in.
CW/ Austin Bigoney

Panel to discuss opioid prescriptions in Alabama

October 17, 2018
The Criminal Justice Department will be hosting a colloquium entitled, “Leading the Nation in Opioid Prescriptions: What are the consequences for Alabama?,”
CW/ Joseph FIeld

Events recognize transfer students this week

October 15, 2018
First Year Experience and Retention Initiatives are hosting Transfer Student Recognition Week
CW/ Katie Buhai

Q&A with Katie Buhai, homecoming queen candidate

October 8, 2018
Homecoming queen candidate, Katie Buhai, discusses her platform and motivations.
CW/ Austin Bigoney

Purdue professor to solve math problem from 1920’s

October 1, 2018
Rodrigo Bañuelos is the leading senior Mexican-American mathematician in his field and in research, so it is an honor to have him visit the University
CW/ Grant Nicholls

University hosts annual family weekend

September 28, 2018
Family Weekend will kick off its events on Friday night. Families can spend Friday night downtown at Tuscaloosa’s Government Plaza.
CW/ Jake Arthur

Panhellenic pushes for more Greek diversity

September 6, 2018
During her first day of recruitment three years ago, Candace Wilson had concerns. She wondered if she would be treated differently because of the color of her skin.
MindKare kiosk offers support for students

MindKare kiosk offers support for students

August 30, 2018
Because of the resources the University of Alabama Counseling Center offers, students like Bryan Covington, a junior majoring in marketing and president of Active Minds at Bama, have had help gauging stress or anxiety levels and have learned how to better cope with it.
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