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.
Rachel Prado and Vanessa Falcao, lecturers in the department of chemistry and biochemistry, say they don't want you to fail your "weed-out" classes. However, to ensure all students have the best opportunities, Auburn needs to continue to adapt.
Auburn University can find a way to allow for free expression and demonstration and protect the well-being of its students if only it tries.
After a week of not going to the grocery store, we have all opened our fridge to half empty jars and containers. I am sure the question comes to mind, “What will I do with a spoonful of jam or my leftover dinner from a few days ago?”
On behalf of the team that delivered a winning submission for the 2022 Active Minds Healthy Campus Award, congratulations to you, the reader of this article, for being a part of this recognition
One person’s actions have influence. Their actions can improve their own behavior, have a positive impact on their community, influence their economy or make a small change that positively affects the world. Sustainability starts small.
The world seemed to stop when the coronavirus began to spread across the globe. Now that this crisis seems to be slipping away, another global crisis that seems to have slipped the minds of many has arisen anew with a vengeance — climate change.
Auburn employs researchers as STEM professors to reduce staffing costs, without considering the idea that researchers are not teachers and without offering the proper training for them to give students the education we came here for.
The students failing these classes are most often underrepresented minorities. According to an article from The New York Times, women, people of color and those from a lower socioeconomic background are the most likely to be weeded out of their classes.
Auburn's policies against sexual misconduct are designed to keep students, faculty and staff safe and punish those who violate that safety. In the case of Richard Hansen, Auburn seems to have forgotten that they would make student safety its “number one priority.”