Drought negatively impacting Black Warrior River

Environmentalists are becoming increasingly concerned that the major tributaries of the Black Warrior River are suffering immensely from the negative impacts of a historic Alabama drought affecting over 98 percent of the state.

Self driving cars present new threats

Our grandparents dreamed of a future world filled with jet packs and flying cars. As of yet, that world is not a reality.

FYC discusses community forums and mental health

First Year Council convened on Tuesday night and discussed two resolutions. One dealt with community forums in the residence halls of FYC councilors and the other focused on "reformation of mental health awareness programs on campus," according to its title.

Preview: The University of Alabama to celebrate Cuba Week

The University of Alabama is celebrating Cuba Week. The week began with an address from President Stuart Bell and other panelists discussing the University’s relationship with Cuba, and will continue throughout the week with more events.


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Behind the Process: Alabama defeats Texas A&M, loses star player

During the 2016 Alabama football season, The Crimson White’s Terrin Waack will provide select stellar stats, obscure facts and notable quotes from the most recent game to take readers Behind the Process.

No. 1 Alabama defeated No. 6 Texas A&M, 33-14, at home in Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday.

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UA sororities help parents and kids celebrate Halloween

Parents and children flooded Sorority Row last night to celebrate Halloween a little early. As the sun went down behind Bryant-Denny, little superheroes and monsters went from house to house, waiting in line for sweet treats.

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