Auburn held its annual public speaking competition which saw six students compete to win the award.
This week, Collin Mayfield details what he's seen as a photojournalist covering the war in Ukraine, from teachers joining militias to families mourning their lost loved ones.
Kirk and Stuckey’s discussion touched on many hot-button political issues including transgender rights and systemic racism — both of which the speakers deny exist — as well as the group’s core values of limited government and self reliance.
On Tuesday, March 29, students gathered at Toomer’s Corner in a demonstration protesting the graphic images displayed on campus earlier in the week by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, which was brought to Auburn by Auburn Students for Life, an anti-abortion campus group.
Richard Hansen, former dean of the Harrison College of Pharmacy, resigned from his position as a faculty member on Tuesday.
The students failing these classes are most often underrepresented minorities. According to an article from The New York Times, women, people of color and those from a lower socioeconomic background are the most likely to be weeded out of their classes.
Auburn's policies against sexual misconduct are designed to keep students, faculty and staff safe and punish those who violate that safety. In the case of Richard Hansen, Auburn seems to have forgotten that they would make student safety its “number one priority.”
Three Auburn political science professors provide their expertise and insight on Russia's invasion of Ukraine at an informative panel hosted by the political science department. The panel was to provide students and staff with more information to better understand the conflict.
In 1989, Yusef Salaam at fifteen years old was tried and convicted in the "Central Park Jogger" case, along with four other Black and Latino young men.
Vini Nathan, dean and McWhorter chair in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction, will move into the position on March 7. Hardgrave begins his tenure at the University of Memphis on April 1.
The student, who is enrolled at Auburn University but not the pharmacy school, reported Hansen to the Title IX Office in late September, which conducted an investigation into Hansen's behavior.
Students discuss their frustration with the lack of counseling help in and around Auburn and the impact this could have on their lives.