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College Game Day

COLUMN: The student line for the Kentucky game was a disaster.

This past Saturday’s game between the No. 17 Auburn Tigers and the No. 13 Kentucky Wildcats was one of the most highly anticipated games in the history of Auburn basketball. With College GameDay coming to Auburn for the first time in the program’s history, the hype surrounding this game reached another level entirely. While the game itself lived up to the hype, the 12-15 hours that some fans experienced before the game did not come close.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Inclusiveness is not your enemy

As encouraging as it is to see others standing up against harmful language and ideology, it is also still disheartening to know that their request for inclusion is taken by some as stifling to diversity of thought. Inclusiveness only asks that we foster ideas that are constructive for everyone, eschewing those ideologies that reinforce uncomfortable, harmful environments for the marginalized.


EDITORIAL | Make your voice heard

If you are upset about the lack of available on-campus housing, get involved with SGA. If you care about how your school is represented to the rest of the state, get involved with SGA. If you want to stand up for your fellow students, make your voice heard and be a force to enact change, you should get involved with SGA.  Applications for next year are open until Nov. 20 and can be found at

A single strand of toilet paper hangs from a tree in front of Samford Hall. Auburn vs Alabama on Saturday, Nov. 25 in Auburn, Ala.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Education faculty sends open letter to the Auburn community

It is time for Auburn University, and specifically, the College of Education, to take a stand to support LGBTQ+ students, staff, faculty, and community members. As a group, we have crafted a list of action items that we believe are important next steps to address the long-standing issues that LGBTQ+ people face at Auburn University and within the College of Education.