Abigail Murphy | Online Editor
With working at EAMC for over 11 years, Dr. Maldonado, infectious disease specialist, gives a personal look at the past several months of the pandemic.
Over the past year, PERIOD: The Menstrual Movement, members of SGA and various other individuals have been part of a petition to get free menstrual hygiene products in Auburn's restrooms. Regan Moss who started the petition discusses why she believes it is important for this measure to be taken.
The Well, a tea room, opened in downtown Opelika as of March 20. It offers a space for connection, serves a health-conscious menu and also aims to support other women-owned businesses.
The Downtown Auburn Merchants Association has started a series that sorts some of the downtown businesses into the nine Enneagram types. With four more types to go, Jessica Kohn, downtown coordinator, explains how she got the idea and bit about the process.
Two of Auburn University Black Graduate and Professional Student Association's artwork contest winners discuss how their piece relates to Black Lives Matter and their process in creating the artwork.
The engagement and outreach librarian at the Auburn Public Library explains the behind-the-scenes process of their weekly puppet shows.
Auburn senior, Messiah Williams-Cole, recounts his passion for his hometown and tells what steps along the way inspired him to run for mayor.
A dermatologist gives insight on how to improve skin health and why mask-related acne may occur.
Wellness professionals give insight on to how to help students keep up their mental health with campus reopening.
Craig Bertolet, professor and director of undergraduate studies in the English department, said literary canons are forever changing, and so are Auburn literature classes.