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.
Auburn University is no stranger to sustainability and its ability to positively impact our everyday lives, but students and members of Auburn’s community might find it difficult to believe in our ability to make positive environmental change when all we can see is the constant, industrialized construction.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of racial integration at Auburn University. Read about how far we have come and think about how far we have to go.
Several international students addressed some underlying misconceptions domestic students have about international students. Here are some tips to help clear those misconceptions and improve etiquette for interacting with international students.
The City of Auburn has recently approved plans for an apartment complex with units starting at $2 million, directly across from Toomer’s. It has been met with wild disapproval from the city's constituents, and it causes us to question whether or not Auburn is expanding beyond its identity of "The Loveliest Village on the Plains."
An international student shares her perspective about transitioning from her home country to living in The United States and doing school at Auburn University.
America’s reaction to Coco Gauff’s success was sensational. While she is deserving of all the praise, our opinion section delves into the nuances of America’s reaction to her victory. Why did America come together to celebrate her? Will her social media presence fizzle out? What is the greater meaning of it all?
On Sept. 19, Freedom From Religion Foundation issued a letter threatening legal action against Auburn University over the Unite worship event on Sept. 12. It is crucial that people stand up against this letter and fight for religious liberties, not just the liberties of those we agree with.
For many students, moving to college might be the first time interacting with people with disabilities or dealing with a person that has a type of disability they’ve never seen or heard of before. With no guidance, disability etiquette can seem tough, but it is more simple than people think. Here are some ideas to keep in mind to improve your disability etiquette.
In an age where screens have widened the distance between what is real and entertainment, it is important to remember that real violence is nothing to laugh at and that real people are being affected by it.
Welcome back, Auburn football.
With the first week of class behind us, it's appropriate to be setting goals and casting vision for the semester. Create healthy habits as you settle into your groove.