Editorial Board | Spring 2018
Internships are an excellent way to gain hands-on experience in a chosen field and add another level of learning to your higher education.
This action is preposterous, supported by embellished premises and is outright wasteful.
On Tuesday, Auburn City Council will be voting on whether to amend the city’s height ordinance to allow for the construction buildings with a height up to 75 feet in the main part of downtown.
With Pearl finding a home at Auburn, a major change came to the Tigers’ program.
Ainsworth, a candidate for lieutenant governor this year, proposes that arming certain teachers will create a diligent army prepped and ready to take out a threat.
In a period of partisan bickering and legislative dysfunction, examples of efficient and effective government can seem hard to come by.
Alarming issues remain present at Auburn, and we believe our new SGA needs to concern themselves with addressing diversity at the University, along with the dining and the dorms system.
To make room for more convenient student living and more businesses, newer and taller buildings are coming to downtown.
In the early weeks of 2018, the #MeToo movement’s focus shifted from blatant sexual offenses to persistent and pervasive questions of consent — a discussion that is far more nuanced, but for many, more relevant.
Making Uber and Lyft services state wide will assist scores of Alabama residents. We join in calling for the passage of Alabama House Bill 190 and in support of a statewide regulatory system that extends ride-hailing service to all localities.