Mazie Bryant

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Everything was more than worth it in the end

When I was young, I would rummage through my mother’s dresser drawers. I loved her, and so I wanted a glance into her life – the details of her preferences, the objects of her comfort, the evidence of her history. I remember seeing a flash of bright red underneath old T-shirts, just enough to allow ...

Editor’s Note

An editorial cartoon in the Dec. 5 issue of The Crimson White concerning allegations against Drummond Company CEO Garry Neil Drummond failed to attribute the source of the allegations, which were made in civil lawsuits against Drummond's company that are yet to be resolved.

Gov. Bentley criticizes UA greek segregation

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley spoke out against sorority segregation on The University of Alabama campus in response to The Crimson White's article The Final Barrier in an interview with Birmingham’s Fox 6 WBRC-TV on Thursday. In the article, members of several UA Panhellenic sorority chapters spoke ...

Don't let organizational differences divide, isolate you

I am what one may call a mutt, a hybrid, a crossbreed. I am a mix of two distinctly separate definitions of a University student. More so, I am a member of a subset on campus that is far too small. I am greek, but I am also a loyal and dedicated staff member of The Crimson White. When I arrived to ...

American Dream becoming just a dream to U.S. citizens

What is the American Dream? It’s a phrase thrown around in today’s society to inspire and encourage people to make something of themselves, but what does it encompass? The values our founding fathers built this nation on promise freedom and protection, attractive qualities for those without such ...

UA Rhodes Scholar finalists, though not chosen, learn from experience

Two University of Alabama students were chosen as finalists for the American Rhodes Scholarships this semester, and though neither was awarded the scholsarhip, both felt the process prepared them for their future and taught them about themselves in the process. Emma Fick, a senior majoring in English, ...

Freed activist to discuss life after death row

In a lecture to The University of Alabama community on Wednesday, Nov. 14, activist Gary Drinkard will convey his personal experience with a place most people hope to never even think about – death row. The University will host exonerated state death row survivor Drinkard in a lecture titled “The ...

Bonner taps Joe Benson as interim provost

Newly-appointed University of Alabama President Judy Bonner selected long-serving faculty and administration member Joe Benson as interim provost on Monday, Nov.