Peyton Shepard


Hunter appeals Elections Board ruling

After the Elections Board found him guilty of three ethics violations, SGA presidential candidate Jared Hunter on Wednesday appealed the Tuesday ruling that has suspended his campaign activity.

UA alumni discuss racial progress on campus

It had been turning for some time. The waves started when Autherine Lucy first stepped onto the University of Alabama campus on Feb. 3, 1956, to burning crosses and degrading chants from fellow students.

Students call for Parish's expulsion

Upon the announcement of Ryan Parish's suspension from The University of Alabama for threats made in the Alabama Student Ticket Exchange Facebook group, many students have expressed concern over the University's response, believing Parish should have been expelled.

Safest way home: Uber returns to Tuscaloosa

Since Uber’s forced exit from Tuscaloosa in 2014, students across campus have lobbied for the ride-share service’s return, which finally came two weeks ago following months of 
negotiation with the city government. For many students who have had the luxury of using it outside of Tuscaloosa, Uber ...

O'Henry's Coffees to open in downtown Tuscaloosa

For those looking for a less commercial place to buy and drink coffee, a new business coming to Tuscaloosa could fill that caffeine gap. O'Henry's Coffees will open a new location in a new downtown development, Downtown Rock Point, at the intersection of University Boulevard and Lurleen Wallace South. ...

"Carpe Diem": Words of wisdom from Dr. Witt

As he prepared to leave his position after nearly five decades in higher education, former-Chancellor Robert Witt sat down for an interview with The Crimson White and offered a few words of parting advice to the students he will leave behind.