The Auburn Plainsman reports the truth as accurately as possible on news events of the day. Online archives are a part of the institutional memory of the newspaper and a historical record of our community.
As such, we will not remove nor attempt to hide from commercial search engines any material in our online archives - news stories, story comments, editorials, opinion columns, photographs or graphic illustrations. In certain instances, we may choose to update a story if it is found to be wildly inaccurate, misidentify a person resulting in damage to one's reputation, or endanger a life.
If an error in our archived content is brought to our attention and documented to our satisfaction, we will append the original article with an editor's note acknowledging the change made to the original archive, as well as the date and time any changes were made. That decision is solely at the discretion of the current student editorial board.
Correction for "Coffeehouse Sessions: featuring local Kreher Preserve naturalist Cyndi Czerkawski "Published on 03/25/2023, Updated on 03/24/2023
Correction for "Women's Hope Medical Clinic provides guidance for Auburn women"Published on 03/17/2023, Updated on 03/17/2023
CORRECTION: A previous version of this misspelled the name of Elizabeth Howald. The Plainsman regrets this error.
Correction for "BSU hosting several events to celebrate Unity Week"Published on 02/13/2023, Updated on 02/13/2023
Correction for ""Happiness should be worth the risk": Spectrum holds Trans Day of Remembrance"Published on 11/19/2022, Updated on 11/19/2022
CORRECTION: In a previous version of this article, The Plainsman erroneously stated that the Pride Center is located in the Melton Student Center. That is incorrect. The Plainsman regrets this error and apologizes to its readers for this oversight.
Correction for "Menstrual products now free of charge on campus"Published on 10/18/2022, Updated on 11/04/2022
CORRECTION: In a previous version of this article, The Plainsman erroneously stated that Auburn's Student Government Association assisted PERIOD at the onset of this project. That is incorrect. The Plainsman regrets this error and apologizes to its readers for this oversight.
Correction for "Latinx Student Alliance and UPC host Día De Los Muertos"Published on 11/03/2022, Updated on 11/04/2022
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article mistakenly labeled loteria as bingo and failed to explain the signifigance of an ofrenda. The article has been updated with the correct information and The Plainsman regrets these errors and apologizes to its readers for this oversight.
Correction for "Day in the life of a culinary student"Published on 09/23/2022, Updated on 10/16/2022
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated Adi Nease's middle name, Ansley as her last name. The Plainsman apologizes to our readers for this error.
Correction for "Players to watch, keys to victory versus Georgia"Published on 10/07/2022, Updated on 10/07/2022
A previous version of this story reported that Auburn's Eku Leota was having a surgery on his ankle. Leota injured his pectoral and is having surgery to repair it. The Plainsman regrets this error and apologizes to its' readers for this mistake.
Correction for "Auburn City Council certifies election results "Published on 09/01/2022, Updated on 09/01/2022
The Plainsman erronously reported Sonny Moreman won the Ward 5 City Council seat with 405 votes, when Moreman won with 416 votes. The Plainsman apologizes for this error.
Correction for "SGA announces safety feature during first fall meeting"Published on 08/23/2022, Updated on 08/24/2022
CORRECTION: Campus Safety and Security reached out to The Plainsman to provide clarification on some features of the Friend Walk feature on the Auburn Safety app. The article has been updated to reflect these changes, and The Plainsman apologizes for this oversight.
Correction for "Teaching restaurant and food hall opens in Auburn "Published on 08/20/2022, Updated on 08/23/2022
A previous version of this story reported that Tyler Lyne's name was Tyler Ryne. The story has been updated to reflect the correct spelling of his name. The Plainsman regrets this error and apologizes to its' readers for this mistake.
Correction for "LETTER TO THE EDITOR | We hear you"Published on 04/07/2022, Updated on 04/11/2022
A previous version of this letter was mistakenly truncated before the section entitled "Demands on Faculty." The Plainsman apologizes to the authors of this article as well as our readers for the error.
Correction for "Forget trash cans, try food composting instead"Published on 03/24/2022, Updated on 03/25/2022
Correction for "SGA standing committee chairs selected"Published on 02/22/2022, Updated on 02/22/2022
A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that John David Mathews was president pro tempore, not John David Jones. We apologize for the mistake.
Correction for "Candidates discuss their platforms at SGA debate"Published on 02/02/2022, Updated on 02/02/2022
A previous version of this article misspelled John David Mathews' name and said callouts would be held at 9:30 p.m. Friday instead of the accurate time of 10 p.m.
Correction for "Auburn Young Professionals host its first event of the year "Published on 01/30/2022, Updated on 01/31/2022
A previous version of this story mistakenly referred to Auburn Chamber of Commerce member Richmond Gunter as Richard Gunter. We apologize for this error and all mentions of Gunter has been corrected.
Correction for "EAH reports all-time high in COVID-19 hospitalizations"Published on 01/17/2022, Updated on 01/18/2022
A previous version of this story mistakenly said 29 patients were on ventilators on Sept. 9, instead of 26. The story has been updated to fix this error.
Correction for "Chairperson Wayne Smith announces new lead in presidential search"Published on 01/14/2022, Updated on 01/16/2022
This article previously stated that the Board of Trustees was considering three candidates for Auburn University's next president. University officials confirmed, however, that the Board is only considering Roberts for the position. The Plainsman regrets this error and apologizes to our readers.