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

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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In Confidence ambassador program features UA students

In Confidence ambassador program features UA students

November 16, 2022

Navigating the professional world often leaves women with a number of questions unanswered by job listings and employee handbooks. New professionals look to those with experience to guide them through...

Community womens non-profit consolidates resources for citizens in the Black Belt 

Community women’s non-profit consolidates resources for citizens in the Black Belt 

August 21, 2022

The Black Belt is a region in Alabama with a deeply rooted history. While it does contain nine out of the ten poorest counties in Alabama, there is one thing you will find in abundance within the area:...

Bows That Bless supports foster care agencies in Alabama

Bows That Bless supports foster care agencies in Alabama

April 24, 2022
Lindsey Wood isn’t old enough to be a foster parent, but she’s using her sewing skills to support the foster community by making and selling hair bows for her charity, Bows That Bless. 
The trees on the Quad are part of the collection of over 12,000 trees on the
campus that earned UA the title of Tree Campus USA for the seventh consecutive
year.

Landscaping and grounds staff impact UA’s natural environment

April 20, 2022
Year-round, The University of Alabama’s facilities and grounds employees work to create and maintain the Capstone’s lush landscape. 
How UA and Tuscaloosa organizations combat relationship abuse

How UA and Tuscaloosa organizations combat relationship abuse

March 20, 2022

The most recent UA Campus Security and Fire Safety Report shows there were 60 reports of on-campus dating violence from 2018 to 2020. Domestic violence and intimate relationship abuse are present in...

A sign highlighting the names of some of the organizations listed.

Finding Black communities in Tuscaloosa

October 20, 2021
There are at least 16 organizations that specifically serve Black students at the University.
Businesses come and go: Why three business have survived on the Strip

Businesses come and go: Why three business have survived on the Strip

September 22, 2021
The location of the Strip and Downtown Tuscaloosa along University Boulevard gives the area and its businesses accessibility to the 38,320 students at The University of Alabama as well as the locals.
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