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

All content by Sarah Massey
Strip changes came after increased safety concerns

Strip changes came after increased safety concerns

February 14, 2012

With the rapid growth occurring at the University of Alabama over the last decade, the city of Tuscaloosa and the University of Alabama decided that the development of the Strip - the entertainment center...

Strips past more original, less corporate

Strip’s past more original, less corporate

February 13, 2012

The Ivory Tusk, The Pitcher Show and Solomon’s Deli. For current University of Alabama students, these names hold no value. However, for UA alumni, these names stand for bars, theatres and restaurants...

Spam hits Crimson mail

August 3, 2011

For students who check their Crimson email account regularly, emails sent from CampusBuddy.com have been frequently popping up in the past few weeks. This website, which links both classmates to one another...

Debt law could impact student loans, grants

August 3, 2011

Despite passing debt ceiling legislation on Aug. 2, just before the government would have defaulted on its debt, the debt issue has only begun to be resolved – with another similar debate likely to occur...

Retired judge funds nursing scholarship

August 3, 2011

The Capstone College of Nursing recently received a donation of $100,000 to create an endowed scholarship for incoming freshman nursing students. Donated by Gordon Rosen, a retired municipal judge and...

Neighborhoods plan next move after storm

Neighborhoods plan next move after storm

July 27, 2011

Forest Lake By Sarah Massey For residents of Forest Lake, the recovery over the last three months since the tornado has largely been focused on cleanup and planning for the future of the neighborhood....

University to enforce new bike policies

July 27, 2011

On July 12, the University Transportation Services introduced a new bicycle policy that will take effect in the fall semester. With a requirement to register bikes, regulations on where bikes can be parked...

New York Recognizes Same-Sex Marriages

New York Recognizes Same-Sex Marriages

July 13, 2011

Same-sex marriage became the dominant news story for days following the June 24 passing of a bill which allows New York to both recognize and perform same-sex marriages. New York became the sixth state,...

UA encourages bike registration

July 13, 2011

Beginning in fall 2011, students will be introduced to a new bicycle policy. Generated out of concern for both pedestrians and cyclists, this new policy encourages students to register their bicycles if...

Counseling Center helps heal tornado victims psychological wounds

Counseling Center helps heal tornado victims’ psychological wounds

June 29, 2011

For the past two months, relief efforts throughout Tuscaloosa have been easy to spot. From relief workers handing out water to volunteers tarping roofs, the efforts to relieve the physical damage caused...

Immigration law could affect higher education

June 22, 2011

On June 2, the Alabama State Legislature passed House Bill 56, voting 25-7, and sending the bill to the desk of Governor Robert Bentley. Signed on June 9, 2011, the new statewide law, also known as the...

The pros of Cannes

The pros of Cannes

June 15, 2011

As I sat on the tarmac waiting for my plane to take off on May 7, I was wary of the weeks ahead of me. Two weeks prior, I was eager to leave for Cannes, France to be an intern with The American Pavilion...

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