The fifth and final piece in this semester's student etiquette series displays the importance of etiquette on a college campus. Here are some takeaways from the series that show the impact proper etiquette can make.
Seeing a student-athlete on campus often feels like spotting a celebrity, but it is important to address them as a student and not just an athlete. Here are some tips on how to improve etiquette for interacting with student-athletes on campus, compiled following conversations with several student-athletes at Auburn.
The Auburn Family is more than current students and alumni. There are thousands of people who contribute and work humbly and tirelessly to make Auburn the experience that it is. This Thanksgiving, we want to bring those people into the light and thank them for all the unseen hours, unthanked tasks and unquenchable loyalty to the Auburn Family.
The Iron Bowl is one of the most eye-catching and emotional games in all of college football. Although Auburn fans may be tempted to give up on the Tigers this season, here are four reasons why they should have hope for the 2023 Iron Bowl.
We need to analyze our mindset toward women's athletic teams at Auburn. They are included in Auburn's identity of an "everything school." They are not secondary. Cheer for them too, learn their names too and be invested in their games too.
The "right time" to start celebrating Christmas is always controversial. Some believe in the post-Thanksgiving doctrine, while others promote Christmas music as soon as the weather gets cold. Read one columnist's argument about why it is most practical in the economy and good for people's spirits to start celebrating Christmas as early as possible.
It would be better for Auburn to do away with internship requirements. While internships are a socially accepted pathway to a career, they are more beneficial to students as a resume builder instead of a nitpicking degree requirement. Colleges ought to focus on investing in career fairs and preparing students for internships.
Ghosting is the quickest way out of any situation, but have you ever wondered where it comes from? Whether you are the victim or the perpetrator, you can learn many lessons about what it means to be human from this online practice. Even though we live in a world permeated by screens, we must consider the internal values that our online behavior conveys.
Introverted tendencies can make it hard to maintain close relationships in college, and there is a certain tact one must have as an introverted college student. Read one columnist's perspective on being an introvert and finding a balanced college lifestyle.
Here are some tips to improve etiquette when interacting with students who deal with mental health struggles, compiled following conversations with two leaders from Auburn University's Active Minds chapter. We need to break stigmas and cultivate empathetic environments when considering the topic of mental health.
Consumerism seems to be taking over people's minds and behavior patterns. It's high time we consider the meanings of these little actions that add up to something big. We don't think about it all that often, but are we too influenced by the world of social media and its influencers?
The top grossing movie of the year is making a resurgence this Halloween season. Not only is the Barbie movie extremely popular, but its message is incredibly valuable and worthwhile. There's a reason why people are obsessed.
Halloween is a fun holiday where people explore and experiment with bad, good and disguise. However, this holiday can have extremely negative affects on mental health. It's important to acknowledge the affects of our actions and thoughts when we partake in the All Hallows' Eve festivities.
Halloween can be an extremely wholesome holiday that bonds people and makes them feel like a kid again. If it's so nostalgic and enjoyable, why do college students feel like they can't participate?
Even though Auburn was founded in 1856, the name Auburn University was not even used until about 60 years ago. The university has actually claimed four different names throughout its history, and each of these conveys core, organizational values of the respective era.
Comfort zones certainly feel good, but they are not always what's best for us. Sometimes, it is healthier to abandon these comfort zones and embarrass ourselves. This process helps us authentically learn and grow.