Becky Hardy | Editor-in-Chief
Located on a busy street, where temptation disguised as a liquor store resides a couple blocks away, sits His Place, a free home and faith-based rehabilitation center that has been treating drug addicts and alcoholics for 34 years.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Sorry to throw in a cliché, but that is exactly how to describe my time as editor of The Plainsman. I’ve had to handle covering the shooting of an Auburn freshman at 6 a.m.
Protesting is a freedom guaranteed to Americans under the First Amendment. Mondra Wright, graduate student, protested Dec.
The Glomerata yearbook and The Circle literary magazine are now available with a Tiger Card or 902, 903 number across campus. Both publications will be handed out at the same locations across campus. The locations include the Haley Center Concourse, Lowder Starbucks, Mell Street transit stop and Student Center transit stop. The publications will be available this week from 9 a.m.
Nine student media employees were unaware of what was about to happen when they walked through the doors of the Office of Student Affairs March 19. Elizabeth Stone, communications specialist for the Office of the Vice President, and Bobby Woodard, vice president of Student Affairs, restructured the student media program and will lay off nine people from their jobs, some of whom have been working for the University for more than a decade, starting May 15.
On the fourth floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library, through a maze of bookshelves, nestled under an empty desk at 7 a.m. every Monday through Friday is an occupied sleeping bag. Patton Chambers, senior in physical education, is not sleeping in the library because he has a chemistry exam to study for.
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The top three SGA candidates - president, vice president and treasurer - will run unopposed in the 2015 SGA elections for the first time in at least 10 years, according to Brad Smith, SGA adviser.
While ROTC members make up a large number of students at the University, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is a branch of the military that falls under the radar at Auburn.
Student saves money by using only University resources and facilities.