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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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UA dorms receive energy efficiency rating

UA dorms receive energy efficiency rating

Jessica Cheek April 21, 2010

Several UA residence halls have received an Energy Star rating for energy efficiency this year. Energy Star is a government-backed program that helps businesses and institutions achieve premium efficiency...

Students honor soldiers through Operation Gratitude

Jessica Cheek April 13, 2010

Freshman Forum is hosting a charity drive for currently deployed troops this week as part of UA Operation Gratitude. The organization is collecting items for care packages that will be sent to soldiers...

AIME to display student, faculty research

Jessica Cheek April 7, 2010

The Alabama Innovation and Mentoring of Entrepreneurs will host its first AIME Day Friday to exhibit its students’ and faculty members’ research and inventions. The event begins at 8 a.m. and continues...

VP of student affairs reflects on term

Jessica Cheek March 31, 2010

Looking back over a year as the vice president of student affairs, Tyler Valeska said he is proud of what he has accomplished as an SGA vice president and has enjoyed serving the student body. Valeska,...

University researchers find medical breakthrough

Jessica Cheek March 23, 2010

Several UA researchers have discovered that the drug ampicillin may be a breakthrough in helping patients with movement disorders such as dystonia. The research was performed in the lab of biology professors...

Fry, Zucker campaign for VP of academic affairs

Jessica Cheek March 4, 2010

Two students, Miriam Fry and Aaron Zucker, have announced their candidacies for the office of vice president of academic affairs for this year’s SGA election. Zucker, a junior majoring in broadcast...

Cason Award recognizes southern journalist

Jessica Cheek March 1, 2010

The College of Communication and Information Sciences will present this year’s Clarence Cason Award to nationally syndicated columnist and author Rheta Grimsley Johnson March 9 at a dinner held in her...

Biology department offers Caribbean internship

Jessica Cheek February 11, 2010

One undergraduate student will have the opportunity to travel to a Honduran resort this summer for a five-week internship established by the biology department. The selected student will travel with Julia...

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