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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Costume design exhibit to open Downtown

Costume design exhibit to open Downtown

Kris Mitchell September 4, 2015

Fans of the theater and fashion can find both find plenty to enjoy starting today at the “Life of a Costume: From Page to Stage” exhibit at the UA Gallery in Downtown Tuscaloosa. The event, which bills...

Health Center finds new home for addiction recovery center

Kris Mitchell September 26, 2012

Students who have battled with addiction and won will find a safe place to meet, relax and socialize here in Tuscaloosa. The Collegiate Recovery Community Program, a program created by the Student Health...

Apple debuts long-awaited iPhone 5

Kris Mitchell September 12, 2012

Technology company Apple debuted its sixth iPhone model, the iPhone 5, on Wednesday. The newest model in the Cupertino, Calif., company’s cell phone line has a four-inch screen — the biggest yet for...

Students honor Mary Ward Brown through dramatic reading of ‘The Amaryllis’

Kris Mitchell February 27, 2012

A group of University of Alabama students honored the writing of Mary Ward Brown Friday as actors performed a dramatic reading of "The Amaryllis," one of Brown's short stories.             The...

??? hosts forum on sexual health

??? hosts forum on sexual health

Kris Mitchell February 22, 2012

The Theta Sigma chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority hosted their third forum of this semester, Better With the Lights On: Sex and Sexual Health, last night. Jessica Vickery, assistant director for...

Hackers target Alabama websites in protest of bill

Kris Mitchell February 16, 2012

The redacted names and confidential information of 500 Alabama residents were posted online last weekend by a group of hacker activists known as Anonymous. The stolen information included redacted social...

Entrepreneurship group hosts business pitch contest

Entrepreneurship group hosts business pitch contest

Kris Mitchell February 2, 2012

The University of Alabama Entrepreneurship Institute will host its first annual Capstone Concept Pitch Competition, and the winning participants will be awarded cash prizes. On Feb. 20, the competition,...

Meteorological society about more than weather

Kris Mitchell January 26, 2012

The UA Meteorological Society arrived in tornado-damaged Clay-Trussville to help the American Red Cross perform damage assessment and shelter operations. "We've brought water bottles and tarps," Patrick...

Giving in: alternatives to pirating media

Giving in: alternatives to pirating media

Kris Mitchell January 25, 2012

This month, Wikipedia shut down its English website to protest the congressional SOPA and PIPA bills. Google censored its own logo in order to inform the public on what they believe is a threat to an open...

Professors recognized by committee of peers

Kris Mitchell January 11, 2012

Two University of Alabama professors were named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science last month. Arun Gupta and Robin Rogers, professors in the chemistry department at UA,...

NASA astronaut visits UA

Kris Mitchell November 21, 2011

A NASA astronaut, Col. Michael Fincke, visited the University of Alabama Thursday and gave a lecture about the nation's space program and its future. Fincke was a recent spacewalker of STS-134 and former...

Astronaut to speak on experiences at Gorgas Library

Astronaut to speak on experiences at Gorgas Library

Kris Mitchell November 17, 2011

Astronaut Col. Michael Fincke, recent spacewalker of STS-134 and former commander of Expedition 18 to the International Space Station, will speak today at 1 p.m. in Gorgas Library room 205. Fincke will...

SGA, students honor vets

SGA, students honor vets

Kris Mitchell November 14, 2011

Armed service veterans, their families and active duty military members were honored Friday during the SGA and Campus Veterans Association’s Veterans Day Observance Ceremony on the steps of Gorgas Library....

Veterans Day observance ceremony to be held at Gorgas

Kris Mitchell November 10, 2011

The Student Government Association and Campus Veterans Association will host a memorial on Nov. 11, Veterans Day, to honor military and veterans at The University of Alabama. The ceremony will be held...

ABXY members anticipate November’s video game releases

Kris Mitchell November 10, 2011

New releases of juggernaut video game titles make this November the month of the gamer. This year’s holiday season is slightly unusual for the video game industry. There are usually only a few major...

SGA plans pep rally

Kris Mitchell November 2, 2011

The Student Government Association is launching the Turn It Up Tide Campaign to encourage students to show up and be loud during Saturday’s game against the LSU Tigers. SGA has partnered with the Athletic...

Campus housing still not at full capacity

Campus housing still not at full capacity

Kris Mitchell October 31, 2011

Despite the University of Alabama’s freshman residency program, there are still spaces available in on-campus housing. “We opened at 96 percent of total capacity in residence halls,” said Alicia...

ProctorU provides offers online convenience to students

ProctorU provides offers online convenience to students

Kris Mitchell October 17, 2011

ProctorU, a live proctoring service that offers students enrolled in online classes a convenient method for proctoring online exams, now working with The University of Alabama to offer online proctoring...

After iPhone 4S debut, Apple loses its visionary

After iPhone 4S debut, Apple loses its visionary

Kris Mitchell October 10, 2011

Times have been both hopeful and disheartening for Apple. In one week, the company unveiled a new successor in its iPhone lineup, but suffered the loss of its visionary CEO, Steve Jobs, who died last Thursday....

German Consul General Visits UA

Kris Mitchell September 26, 2011

The Eurozone will survive, according to Lutz Görgens, the German Consul General from the German Consulate in Atlanta. On Thursday, Dr. Görgens led a presentation, “Germany and the Future of Europe,”...

Obama’s jobs plan could have local impact

Kris Mitchell September 11, 2011

In a Sept. 8 address to a rare joint-session of Congress, President Barack Obama proposed the American Jobs Act—a $447 billion plan consisting of a combination of tax cuts, public works programs and...

Senate approves pay scale, FYC changes

Kris Mitchell September 11, 2011

The SGA Senate approved pay scale changes, as well as changes to First Year Council during their weekly meeting last Thursday. The SGA Student Senate will also consider salaries for the positions of webmaster...

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