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At the final student senate meeting of the semester, members of SGA voted yes on a commendation for the founding members of the Auburn Gay and Lesbian Association, or AGLA.
You’re huddled among your platoon, getting ready to throw yourself against one of the strongest military forces ever by storming the beaches at Normandy.
Although the closest beach is over 200 miles from Auburn, a little bit of the “Shore” showed up in Jordan-Hare, SkyBar and several other places on The Plains.
An Auburn fan wants to see Toomer’s Corner after a big game but couldn’t make it to town that weekend. An alumnus is curious to see how their alma mater has changed but has moved too far away to visit. A parent wonders what the weather looks like on campus but doesn’t want to go all the way there to check.
With the Iron Bowl less than two weeks away, Auburn and Alabama students already had a competition of their own by challenging each other to the annual food drive.
Auburn SGA executives, senate members, University faculty and police officers took to the streets and campus walkways Monday night looking for potential safety hazards.
While many programs at Auburn prepare men and women to be a part of the United States Armed Forces, one lesser known program focuses on helping those men and women succeed once they are in the military.
The “Thor” movies have always been an odd fit in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first one introduced the main villain of “The Avengers” and the second revealed another vital ingredient to the overarching story of the MCU in the form of an Infinity Stone, but the movies themselves never really stood out on their own.
The Auburn Student Senate passed more modifications to the rules governing student elections, including new provisions that restrict how many students can gather to campaign on University grounds and another that forbids campaigns from soliciting votes off campus.
Ashley Moates became Miss Auburn 2017 after running on a platform of helping those with intellectual disabilities.
So far you have read articles about style, fashion and how to dress your best. You’ve gotten new ideas and fresh tips that, by using a little effort, will have you making every sidewalk a catwalk.
Working for the betterment of our student body can be tough work, but Auburn University’s executive officers keep their cool while looking their best. The Plainsman sat down with President Jacqueline Keck and Vice President Justin Smith to figure out their way of making fashion statements while making legislation. Here's how our leaders get their executive look:
Auburn's student election law was the main focus during Monday night’s SGA Senate meeting, and two pieces of major legislation were passed including one that might change the way candidates get campaign representatives.
After a unanimous vote Monday night, Auburn’s Black Student Union, will receive program extension funding to bring an additional speaker as part of their speaker series coming up in the spring semester.
Jordan-Hare stadium will strike up the band with a world-renowned trumpet ensemble.
Earlier this April, Gov. Kay Ivey appointed Lyn Stuart to serve as Chief Justice of the Alabama State court, replacing Roy Moore and becoming the first Republican female to hold the office.
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.
Almost every Auburn student has seen one of the banner ads on the side of Tiger Transits or above their AUAccess login and acknowledged it was there without giving it a second thought.
The Auburn Student Senate has voted down a proposal to remove "so help me God" from the SGA oaths of office.