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Head coach Bryan Harsin needs to take risks in 2022 if he wants to right the ship at Auburn.
Taylor Gusler, a graduate student pursuing a master's in social work, expresses their frustration over the new Alabama prison's being built and encourages people to protest with ASAP in Birmingham.
Former Auburn students Maris Laney, Landry Tharp and Maddie Gutkowski present statistics on period poverty and demonstrate the importance of menstrual equity for all people.
Former Auburn students Landry Tharp and Reagan Moss express the importance of menstrual equity in Alabama.
Auburn senior Garrett Martinez calls Alabama to action and expresses the importance of reforming the state's gun laws and the power of individual action.
Former Alabama governor and physician Robert Bentley says it's time to expand medicaid for rural Alabama.
After spending nearly four years of their college experience with The Plainsman, this past year’s management staff of graduating seniors have written their goodbyes.
While we have a long way to go with environmentalism, we are heading in the right direction. We just need to approach this with a little bit of hope and through our inner child’s eyes.
On Friday, Gov. Kay Ivey signed SB 184, which would imprison doctors for up to 10 years for providing puberty blockers and hormones to transgender youth, and HB 322, which forces transgender children to use the bathroom of their sex assigned at birth. The latter bill also bans discussion of “sexual orientation or gender identity” in kindergarten through fifth grade.
This letter is submitted by five professors representing all of the STEM disciplines in COSAM and the educational development director from the Biggio Center, in response to recent columns and letters about "weed-out" classes.
Free speech. It’s a mixed bag sometimes, giving people the right to say whatever they want. But it’s also one of the most powerful tools the people in a democracy have to protect themselves and ensure that a democracy remains a democracy.