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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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Opinion: UA should publicize grade distribution data

Opinion: UA should publicize grade distribution data

November 9, 2022

Course registration can make or break a semester. While students decide which courses they should take, feedback in the registration process helps to make informed decisions. More resources simplify that...

Intensity will determine remainder of Alabama’s season

Intensity will determine remainder of Alabama’s season

October 21, 2022

Alabama’s 2022 football season started with monumental expectations.   Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young would be returning with a cast of dominant players as the top ranked preseason team. Alabama...

CBS’ Josh Pate discusses Jimbo and the state of college football

CBS’ Josh Pate discusses Jimbo and the state of college football

October 7, 2022

The Late Kick with Josh Pate came to Tuscaloosa ahead of the Crimson Tide’s matchup against the Texas A&M Aggies this Saturday. The show aired live at Rounders on The Strip in front of over 200 fans...

Three SGA members sit side by side at a table.

Improving Accessibility in SGA

September 14, 2022

The Student Government Association has reached a critical impasse, and student accessibility hangs in the midst. Several recent actions, from the legislative to the judicial branch, have major impacts...

A photo of 16 men in black robes and hoods reminiscent of the Ku Klux Klan, embroidered with Theta Nu Epsilon, the official name of The Machine.

Students Should Watch the Machine Documentary

August 31, 2022

On Aug. 27, Becky Beamer unveiled her new documentary, “Machine: Vivat Apparatus,” at the Sidewalk Film Festival. Seven years in the making, Beamer’s documentary outlines the history of the Machine,...

What UA’s New Electric Bus Grants Could Mean for West Alabama

What UA’s New Electric Bus Grants Could Mean for West Alabama

August 21, 2022

On Aug. 16,  Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) announced that The University of Alabama would receive a $7.8 million grant from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to replace eight of their diesel buses with new...

Higher Education Partnerships Drive Local Growth

Higher Education Partnerships Drive Local Growth

August 17, 2022

Each year, students from across the state gather in Montgomery to participate in Higher Education Day. The advocacy event is hosted by the Higher Education Partnership to bring funding and attention to...

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Learning to lead on campus

August 8, 2022

As freshmen enter new environments and begin taking different courses, college can be daunting on many fronts. Many struggle to find their footing while juggling social and aspirational goals. These changes...

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Letter from Opinions Editor: Make Alabama your sweet home

August 8, 2022

I should admit that I stumbled into The University of Alabama out of sheer circumstance. I did well in my high school classes and learned to enjoy research from debate, so I assumed academia would be the...

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Upcoming Legal Disputes Could Change the Future of College Sports

June 22, 2022

Bryant-Denny Stadium will be a charged environment when Texas A&M rolls in on October 8. Of course, there’s the normal firepower of two powerful football programs coupled with the Aggies’ late...

a fallen sign reading, please dont dump in our creek, thank you.

Accountability: Protecting Alabama’s Waterways

June 8, 2022

Just over three years ago, piles of dead fish lined the edges of the Black Warrior River. A sign of its uninhabitable conditions, 200,000 fish and other wildlife were killed as the water carried a sheen...

Tuscaloosa’s gerrymandered city council map deserves campus attention

Tuscaloosa’s gerrymandered city council map deserves campus attention

March 7, 2022

In clear disregard for Tuscaloosa’s citizens, the city council voted last week in favor of an especially criticized redistricting map.  In a 5-2 majority, the council failed to consider alternative...

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Opinion | SGA has a representation problem

February 20, 2022
The SGA Senate has adopted a dangerous norm that plagues the U.S. Senate itself; when it comes to representation, we're significantly behind the curve.
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