Chris Heaney | Campus Reporter
Edging out Auburn’s “Beat Bama Food Drive’s” 232,544 pounds of food by collecting 260,453 pounds, the “Beat Auburn Beat Hunger” drive won the charitable competition
Auburn SGA executives, senate members, University faculty and police officers took to the streets and campus walkways Monday night looking for potential safety hazards.
“Ragnarok” is a movie that bends genre, art style and character archetypes to make a much more interesting and fun experience that secures it a place in the upper echelons of the MCU.
You have no idea how to style yourself to look good, and neither do I, but I can definitely help you feel comfy while looking, well, clothed.
Ashley Moates became Miss Auburn 2017 after running on a platform of helping those with intellectual disabilities.
New provisions will restrict where students can gather to campaign on University grounds and another forbids campaigns from soliciting votes off campus.
Election law was the main focus during Monday night’s SGA Senate meeting, and two pieces of major legislation were passed.
The funding will likely go toward hiring Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi to speak at the University during Black History Month next February.
Monday night, Chief Justice Lyn Stuart was recognized by SGA for achieving that office, thus representing the University and the College of Liberal Arts as a 1977 alumna.
The Higher Ground Society and AU Community and Civic Engagement will be hosting a screening of “I am Not Your Negro,” a documentary film by Raoul Peck that draws from the memoirs of James Baldwin to analyze racial differences in America.