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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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UATD show features lighthearted, adult humor

February 4, 2013

The UA Department of Theatre and Dance will commence its spring season with “Design for a Living,” a comedic tale of a romantic ménage a trois written by British playwright Noel Coward. The University’s...

Classical pianist to give free performance tonight

Classical pianist to give free performance tonight

January 15, 2013

Renowned pianist Lynn Rice-See will be performing a free concert at Moody’s Concert Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Originally from Huntsville Ala., Rice-See currently is a piano professor at...

Students offer advice from own study abroad experience

December 3, 2012

Students interested in studying abroad have enough to worry about: packing, figuring out cell phone plans, budgeting and saying goodbye to friends and family. Forgetting an item once you’re overseas,...

‘Red Cup’ creators expand mobile app empire

November 7, 2012

Paying a cover, especially an overpriced cover, can deter some college students from wanting to go out and can prompt a feeling of guilt the next day. Red Cup, a mobile app developed by local company Subvert...

New publication ‘Art-let’ gives students opportunity to be published

November 1, 2012

Creative Campus is debuting a new student publication, “Art-let,” showcasing visual art and creative writing. The small booklets will be available in convenient locations around campus and are meant...

Archivist group celebrates history with lecture series, discussion

October 25, 2012

October is American Archives Month, and the Society of American Archivists group on campus is commemorating the month by promoting the importance of archiving and studying history. SAA is celebrating with...

Book club promotes interaction

September 9, 2012

In an attempt to promote a discussion of race and medical ethics, the Honors Book Club will host a series of events centered on the book, “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot. ...

Birmingham-based company brings personality to Tuscaloosa dorm rooms

August 27, 2012

Birmingham-based business Dorm Suite Dorm, founded by seamstress Sheri Corey, has found a market for custom bedding, curtains and decorations for college dorm rooms. Focusing on custom designs made to...

Local Journeys exhibit comes to a close on Aug. 3

‘Local Journeys’ exhibit comes to a close on Aug. 3

July 31, 2012

Friday will conclude the final showing of artist Amy Feger’s exhibit “Local Journeys,” held in the Sarah Moody Gallery. The exhibit opened on July 6 and has had success during its showcase of the...

Open mic night features comedians

July 24, 2012

The Green Bar in downtown Tuscaloosa has started hosting open mic comedy nights every other Wednesday at 8 p.m. David Allen, Green Bar’s publicity manager, said the event has been successful in its...

Art exhibit to feature wildlife scenes

July 11, 2012

A photography exhibit featuring wildlife, landscapes, people and pets is now on exhibit at the Bama Theatre. The works are by local artist Tina Dubose and will be on display in Greensboro Room until July...

Reinventing an outdated 4th of July cookout menu without breaking the bank

Reinventing an outdated 4th of July cookout menu without breaking the bank

June 27, 2012

Eating is part of celebrating America. Beyond the stereotypical Fourth of July fare, lies the opportunity for delicious experimentation with fun and flavors. This year, try venturing into new territory...

Coffee house serves up drinks and conversation

Coffee house serves up drinks and conversation

June 12, 2012

For those looking for something extra with their coffee or espresso, newly opened Nehemiah’s Coffee House in Forest Lake is now serving Tuscaloosa residents a fusion of coffee and spirituality. The...

Alabama Cavaliers reunite to perform with Jazz Ensemble

June 6, 2012

Sounds not often heard in Tuscaloosa rang out in Moody Music Hall last Saturday as the Alabama Cavaliers and the University of Alabama Jazz Ensemble presented a free concert featuring a variety of jazz...

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