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The Crimson White

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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App for following sports created by Crimson Tide fans

April 18, 2013

As graduation approaches, many sports fans at The University of Alabama will be leaving Tuscaloosa. To help keep the Tuscaloosa community alive past graduation, Kash Razzaghi and his team at Fancred have...

Counter-protesters were told to stop handing out fliers, student says

Counter-protesters were told to stop handing out fliers, student says

April 17, 2013

Students who attempted to hand out fliers near last week’s Bama Students for Life anti-abortion protest on the Quad were told by a police officer to stop or be arrested, said Samaria Johnson, the incoming...

Student organization host prom for Oak Hill School

April 16, 2013

The University of Alabama Student Council for Exceptional Children is hosting Oak Hill School’s first prom Thursday, April 18 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oak Hill School is a secondary school in Tuscaloosa...

Tide Talks returns, organizers invite feedback on social media

April 10, 2013

Tide Talks returns Wednesday at 8 p.m. to the Ferguson Theater for a second event. The speakers at Tide Talks II will be Mallory Flowers, a senior majoring in applied math and New College; Joshua White,...

Senior receives Mayer Award for selfless service

April 4, 2013

Michael Forst, a senior majoring in economics, recently won the Morris Lehman Mayer Award. The Mayer Award is one of The University of Alabama’s Premier Awards and is given to a graduating senior...

Author BJ Hollars to speak on new civil rights book

March 19, 2013

The University of Alabama’s University Libraries, along with the Summersell Center for the Study of the South, will host BJ Hollars as he speaks about and reads from his new book, “Opening the Doors:...

Courses give students credit for service-learning

March 14, 2013

For students with a heart for community service and a gap in their schedule for the fall, a service-learning course may be the perfect choice. Service-learning courses fall under a variety of majors and...

Six executive candidates running unopposed in election

March 11, 2013

The SGA elections for the 2013-2014 school year will take place on Tuesday, March 12. Seven executive positions are open for election, though six of these positions have candidates running unopposed....

HCA opens Quidditch registration

March 7, 2013

The Honors College Assembly has announced the dates for Quidditch at the Capstone and has opened team registration. Preliminary matches will take place each night from April 15 to April 19 on the Recreation...

City planning class accepting applications for fall

March 6, 2013

PlanFirst, a service-learning course within the Honors College, is accepting applications for the fall semester from students of all majors interested in the city planning process. Madalyn Vaughn, a junior...

Professor wins award for psychopathy research

March 4, 2013

A professor from the UA psychology department was recently awarded the 2013 Saleem Shah Award for Early Career Development for his research of psychopaths and the psychopathic personality. Martin Sellbom,...

Bob Woodward of Washington Post to speak Friday

Bob Woodward of Washington Post to speak Friday

February 21, 2013

Bob Woodward, the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist famous for breaking the Watergate scandal in 1972, will speak on campus Friday, Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. Woodward, currently the associate editor at the Washington...

Honors College Assembly to host Study Abroad interest meeting

February 7, 2013

For students who plan to study abroad during their time at The University of Alabama, the Honors College Assembly is hosting an interest night for the program at the Crossroads Lounge Thursday from 7 to...

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