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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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Documentary highlights cultural diversity on campus

Katy Turnbull April 21, 2010

As a part of Crimson Culture Week, the UA Intercultural Council is hosting a free documentary screening at 7 p.m. tonight in the Ferguson Center Theater. The screening will be followed by a free cultural...

UA Ad Team holds mock presentation

Katy Turnbull April 20, 2010

After nearly six months of research and preparation, the Ad Team held a mock presentation of the advertising and public relations campaign they have designed for the insurance company State Farm. At the...

Student football ticket info to be released soon

Katy Turnbull April 15, 2010

Although a final date has not been set for when students will receive details about purchasing tickets for the upcoming football season, Doug Walker, associate athletics director for media relations at...

UA student conducts research using submarine

Katy Turnbull March 31, 2010

Through swift, freezing currents, far below where light can penetrate or any human could survive, UA graduate student Robin Cobb will direct a remotely operated submarine through deep-ocean waters at 2,000...

UA recognized on president’s honor roll for community service

Katy Turnbull March 11, 2010

The University has been named as one of 115 universities nationwide on the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction, the highest federal level commendation a college...

New award honors high school teachers

Katy Turnbull March 3, 2010

The UA Office for Academic Affairs has created the Capstone Inspiring Educator Award to recognize Alabama high school teachers who helped to equip and to motivate current UA students to achieve their academic...

UA sponsors event honoring black history

Katy Turnbull February 24, 2010

The sound of hip-hop violins, saxophones and drum beats will fill the gymnasium of the Charles A. Brown Elementary School in Ensley today as the University Union takes one of its cultural programs on the...

Higher Ed Day Rally starts next month

Katy Turnbull February 18, 2010

In March, UA students, faculty, staff and alumni will join their peers from Alabama’s 12 other four-year public universities to advocate legislative support for higher education at the Higher Ed Day...

Students bid on dates at second annual event

Katy Turnbull February 12, 2010

Students helped raise around $6,000 last night at the second annual scholarship date night auction hosted by the Student Government Association and the UA chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers....

Cyclists bike for awareness

Katy Turnbull February 10, 2010

Wearing torn sheets, ripped T-shirts and bandages covered in fake blood, students, faculty and other local cyclists participating in the Bandaged Bike Ride, will meet at the steps of Gorgas Library at...

Student dies of unknown cause

Katy Turnbull January 15, 2010

UA student Adam A. Ray, a freshman majoring in accounting, died Jan. 3 of an unknown cause, according to a statement released by the University. “He had accepted Christ and we know we will see him again,”...

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