Erin Mosley


Why art?

“What are you going to do with an art degree?” I assume that most of the people who ask mean well, but whenever I get the question, I feel as though there is a small amount of disdain attached to whatever concern may be expressed.

It’s not child’s play

In her column published on a few days ago, Crimson White Opinions Editor Leigh Terry urges her fellow classmates, SGA members and part-time activists to “grow up” suggesting that much of the petty politics and childish behavior that too often accompanies campus policy is relatively insignificant ...

It always happens to someone else

According to, “about 1 in 8 women (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime.” Twelve percent.

Believe it or not: a sorority horror story

The text messages could have come out of a modernized adaptation of “The Stepford Wives.” The main difference between the 1972 novel and the events that occured on campus is that instead of Connecticut, our thriller occurs in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.