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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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Changing the Tides: How student organizations are championing change at UA

Changing the Tides: How student organizations are championing change at UA

February 1, 2023

For Kaila Pouncy, a UA senior majoring in criminal justice and political science, her passion for prison reform was sparked during an internship.   The summer before her sophomore year, Pouncy interned...

‘Terrifying for Jewish students on campus’: How students are processing Jan. 26 chalkings

‘Terrifying for Jewish students on campus’: How students are processing Jan. 26 chalkings

January 29, 2023

University of Alabama students and campus organizations criticized the University’s response to antisemitic messages found on campus sidewalks Thursday, while others released statements of support for...

Get On Board Day, Fall 2022

UA to host spring Get On Board Day on January 24th

January 18, 2023

Get On Board Day, The University of Alabama’s semesterly event that encourages students of all classifications and backgrounds to get involved in campus organizations, will be held Tuesday, Jan. 24,...

‘It allows students to see themselves as true entrepreneurs’: River Pitch 2022 gives students opportunity to mobilize business ideas

‘It allows students to see themselves as true entrepreneurs’: River Pitch 2022 gives students opportunity to mobilize business ideas

November 27, 2022

River Pitch, an annual business pitch competition held at the Tuscaloosa River Market, awarded $1,000 each to 10 winning teams on Nov. 15.  The competition, which is in its sixth iteration, broke the...

‘The new frontier’: UA opens new MRI research facility

‘The new frontier’: UA opens new MRI research facility

November 2, 2022

After a years-long endeavor, The University of Alabama celebrated the grand opening of the new UA MRI Research Facility on Oct. 28.  Located on the basement floor of the Student Health Center, the...

‘The history leaves an imprint on the land’: The ghosts of Tuscaloosa past  

‘The history leaves an imprint on the land’: The ghosts of Tuscaloosa past  

October 30, 2022

When he built it in 1837, John R. Drish had no clue that his new home in Tuscaloosa would one day become a school, or a church, or a warehouse for a car shop.   Least of all, Drish certainly never...

“I’d rather you look crazy than be dead”: Self-defense class teaches students and raises money

“I’d rather you look crazy than be dead”: Self-defense class teaches students and raises money

October 28, 2022

The University of Alabama’s Not On My Campus partnered with Her Campus Alabama to host a self-defense class in Wade Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 26, to educate students on self-defense tactics and support...

Bama Dinings mobile ordering still experiencing excessive wait times 

Bama Dining’s mobile ordering still experiencing excessive wait times 

October 16, 2022

Students are meeting long lines curling around the different food vendors in the UA Student Center’s food court this semester, and some say mobile ordering still features a wait, too.   At Panda...

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Homecoming queen candidates announced

October 9, 2022

After a delay in the new homecoming queen election process, The University of Alabama has announced the names of the five candidates for the 2022 homecoming election cycle.  Graduate student Megan...

UA Under Construction: New Greek Houses, Fashion Building

UA Under Construction: New Greek Houses, Fashion Building

October 2, 2022

The University of Alabama campus will undergo several extensive construction projects, including two new Greek houses and a fashion and design building that is already underway.  Sigma Kappa, a panhellenic...

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Another new semester, another new normal: COVID dashboard as well as COVID protocols not to return for new year 

August 21, 2022

The UA COVID-19 dashboard, which displayed data for cases reported on campus for the past two years, has been discontinued and will no longer be accessible starting this academic year. According to...

When it rains, it pours: Why UA floods so often 

When it rains, it pours: Why UA floods so often 

August 17, 2022

When students come to the University of Alabama, they find that not only is the climate generally muggy and intensely hot most of the year, but torrential rainfall isn’t unheard of, or even uncommon.  According...

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Getting more bang for your buck: Bama Cash vs. Dining Dollars

August 8, 2022

Learning to manage your money is an essential part of being a college student, but at the University of Alabama, there are two extra layers to your spending: Dining Dollars and Bama Cash.  Dining Dollars...

‘America’s oldest Black holiday’: Virtual presentation highlights importance and history of Juneteenth 

‘America’s oldest Black holiday’: Virtual presentation highlights importance and history of Juneteenth 

June 22, 2022

As part of a month-long celebration of Juneteenth, Charles Woods III, the education director and trainer for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, gave a virtual educational lecture hosted by the Intercultural...

Queer Student Association protests ‘No One Is Born Gay’ tabling event

Queer Student Association protests ‘No One Is Born Gay’ tabling event

April 23, 2022

The Queer Student Association held a pride event at the Student Center Plaza on April 22 in response to an event that sparked protest earlier in the week.  On Monday, Jaden Heard, a student at...

‘No One Is Born Gay’ tabling event sparks protest

‘No One Is Born Gay’ tabling event sparks protest

April 18, 2022

An Auburn student tabled at the Student Center Plaza on Monday, displaying a sign that read “Hot Take: No One Is Born Gay” and encouraging students to vote “yes” or “no” on a dry erase...

Who Cares album cover.

Culture Pick: ‘Who Cares’ cements Rex Orange County’s sound in the indie community

March 27, 2022
Three years after the release of his third full-length studio album, “Pony,” Alex O’Connor, better known as Rex Orange County, released his new album, “Who Cares?” on March 11. 
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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