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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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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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