Samantha Strunk | Campus Writer
The staggering commercialization surrounding holiday culture often manifests itself in a form that is great for the sweet tooth and terrible for the dental bills- candy.
With interview, internship and job application season rapidly approaching, it is often deemed the appropriate time of year to begin compiling the document college students everywhere seem to dread writing and fear submitting- the resume.
Sadye Ball, junior in sociology, was recently selected to be the next Auburn University Panhellenic President.
For many, the holiday season revolves around the celebration of Christmas and its surrounding traditions, but each year around the same time is the celebration of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights.
The Red Barn was decorated with lights and white table cloths last night as The Auburn Circle, Auburn’s student literary magazine, held an event celebrating its first day of this semester’s distribution.
The Big Event staff filled a rainy Sunday afternoon as they dedicated their time and efforts to The Big Event’s fall service project, The Mini Event. With a not-so-mini event in March, The Mini Event serves as a trial run for the organization’s much larger-scale spring project.
The Be Well Hut is a student-led initiative under the Health Promotion and Wellness Services. Found on the Haley Concourse every Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hutters distribute buttons sporting health-related puns or other health-focused quips to passing students.
A great number of Auburn students will vouch for the University’s standings as one of the “best,” and they now have the data to defend that stance. Recently, Auburn was ranked by news source CBS as the 2018 “best college” in Alabama.
With nine BERT Core Team Departments, BERT is able to effectively respond to incidents involving bias across campus.
Cater Lawn was an exciting place on Wednesday from 11-1 as the Auburn Student Alumni Association celebrated 125 years of Auburn Women with current Auburn students.