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Personal Finance Editorial

EDITORIAL | Opt in for a personal finance class

In order to fulfill the goals of Auburn's mission statement, students should be coming out of the university as well-rounded individuals. While being well-rounded can vary person-to-person, we suggest that students make an effort to educate themselves in personal finance through Auburn's personal finance course. 



Sami Grace Donnelly in Spain

Adventures Abroad: echar de menos

How does the phrase "I miss you" translate back and forth from English to Spanish? What does "missing" look like while living countries away? Writer abroad Sami Grace Donnelly speaks about her experience "missing" people while she lives outside of the United States. 

Plainsman writer Noah Griffith graduates from Auburn University

COLUMN | Goodbye, Plainsman

One Plainsman writer recounts his experience at the newspaper and all the ways he has grown since his start. As he graduates with a degree in journalism, he thanks everyone who believed in him and the people who read and listened to his words throughout the years. 

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COLUMN | Reclaiming holiday joy as an adult

As a child, this season was the most magical time of the year. Now as adults, the holidays can easily take an emotional toll on us. Even though life changes, we still have the ability to find and to create that same childlike holiday sentiment for ourselves .

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Let's talk about etiquette: Student-athletes

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.