EDITORIAL | The civic duty for each of us to show up to the polls is important in every election cycle, but with everything circulating in this disorienting time we find ourselves in, we must prioritize showing up to the voting site today — or voting in whatever form 2020 calls for.
Unfortunately, it looks like the City hasn’t learned from the Tigers’ woeful lessons on how to close out a lead when it comes to the pandemic.
Gameday’s arrival last weekend was something that fans should recognize its impact for Auburn, just like how they should not take the rise of Auburn basketball for granted. It was just a few short years ago when Auburn could only dream about having a nationally televised game or making the NCAA tournament.
Homophobia is not a difference of belief. Homophobia is being opposed to someone’s freedom, simply because it does not align with yours.
Instead of fossil fuels, we should switch to clean, renewable energy, such as solar and wind power — with storage. Other states in the southeast are taking positive steps. I am unaware of similar actions in Alabama. We need discussion, planning and action without delay.
Universities should not place their student athletes on payroll; however, the fact that the NCAA forbids players from receiving endorsements and profiting off their own names and likenesses is not only unfair — it’s offensive.
Republicans have a pretty good playbook for dealing with dead children, but they haven’t used any of their trademark excuses this time.
Watching football should be a part of that experience that every Auburn student can enjoy. Right now, without adequate handrails in Jordan-Hare stadium, I am having to focus on an anxiety that I shouldn’t have to.
While everything else can look bleak, the goodness of people is what you see the most. That’s what I will remember about Auburn — a community made up of good people, people with flaws, but good people nonetheless.
Guest Column | Evangelical Christianity is losing most of the war, even as it believes it is prevailingBy John Carvalho | March 1
Evangelical Christianity is losing the battle and most of the war, even as it believes it is prevailing. The short-term effects of its obsession with political power are obvious. This distraction brings disastrous long-term effects as well. We see them now, and they’re not pretty.
The rabbit hole that led me to Tatum arrived not by way of a desire to explore the forces that are pushing out local independent businesses — although that came later — but out of pure personal frustration.
Last Thursday, 115 years after Lesseur's murder and 11 miles from Thomaston in the town of Linden, Alabama, a man wrote and published an editorial piece that called for the Ku Klux Klan to lynch public officials in Washington D.C.
The irony of Northam calling out fellow candidate during the 2017 gubernatorial race as a racist should not be lost on the American public, and democrats should no longer give Northam their support.
With each year, at least each year since streaming platforms began to engulf television as we understand it, it seems there are less and less pop culture events that unite Americans. The winning films that are celebrated at the Oscars will say something about all of us.
Gilette's most recent ad against toxic masculinity missed the mark. The issue is, in Gillette’s conquest against toxic masculinity, they didn’t just oppose toxic masculinity, but also traditional masculinity.
All families cannot afford to have an in-house parent or afford to pay the costs of hiring a nanny. But, that does not make them any less deserving of help and resources. We need to step up as a community and not just become aware, but be active in raising children of all backgrounds and abilities, including those who have autism and other special needs.
Americans cannot let a president who so willingly and frequently lies to the public decide for them. The public must realize that to get all sides of the story Americans must pay attention to what long-standing news sources are reporting so that we can receive the entire story and decide for ourselves what policy is most beneficial to this country and the citizens within it.
We are the ones who will have to live the rest of our lives with decisions that are made today. No matter how you view politics, there are long-term, structural issues that need to be confronted today so that we still have an amazing country to grow old in.