Morgan Nicodemus


SENIOR COLUMN: Your opinion matters

When I first applied to write a bi-weekly opinion column for The Crimson White, I applied with the intent that this position would equip me with the writing experience I needed and the publishing perks I wanted.

Autism should not separate us

I distinctly remember my first encounter with a child who had autism. I was just a child myself, around the age of 10 years old, taking flute lessons from a dear family friend who was a mother of two.

Adapted Athletics center is a great step forward

As a supervisor for University Recreation and an employee for three years, I have seen on a close and personal basis the tenacity, dedication and eager spirit of The University of Alabama’s men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball teams.

The incarcerated should receive addiction treatment

According to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA), of the 2.3 million inmates in U.S. prisons, 1.5 million meet the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV medical criteria for alcohol or other drug abuse and addiction. 

Addiction is not a moral failing

As the new year begins, millions of people across the country will set out on personal goals they hope to bring to fruition in 2017. Many will want to eat healthier and go to the gym more, some will aspire to be kinder and others will seek opportunities to spread generosity in their communities.

Why I left my mega church

I lifted my hands in praise deeply confused if I were worshipping God or the church. As our campus pastor lead us into prayer, I closed my eyes and begged God to give me the strength to walk away from a church that I no longer believed in.

Donald Trump should learn that his words were verbal abuse

Please allow me to introduce myself as a woman. I am not a “nasty woman,” but I am a kind, educated, determined, beautiful and strong 21-year-old woman. I am not a woman who would let Donald Trump do “anything” to her, but I am a woman who was raised by a mother and father who took the time ...

Clear is the new black

Attention Students: The biggest trend for fall is officially campus safety and it’s coming in hotter than fresh Krispy Kreme.