Caroline Craig | Campus Writer
Auburn University is dedicating a Village residence hall to Bessie Mae Holloway. Holloway is a Black trailblazer as the first African-American to serve on the Board of Trustees and the second woman to serve on the board. Formerly Tiger Residence Hall will be renamed as Holloway Residence Hall in her honor.
Hillel and the University Program Council celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut, a day of commemoration for the Israeli Declaration of Independence in 1948, on Thursday.
The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property — a group opposed to same-sex marriage — held a rally at Toomer's Corner on Tuesday. The group's protest was met with approving honks from drivers and a group of LGBTQ-supporting counter protestors.
ISO combined its annual International Peace Dinner and the World’s Fair for one event from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. outside the Melton Student Center.
“Advising 2 Bits” is a resource for students to learn more about topics in depth before meeting with an advisor. The advisors have already made episodes on topics such as competitive majors.
Decoy Snail performed as the first music group to be featured in Auburn Stages, a weekly mini-concert series on campus launched by students.
The Southeastern Raptor Center is asking for $25,000 to build a new rehabilitation enclosure for raptors as part of its Tiger Giving Day project.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have lowered morale among some students, but the Tiger Rhythm dance team’s strong bond continues to promote school spirit through hip-hop.
The Lee County Flannel Club used to perform twice a semester, but due to COVID-19, the club has moved its skills to an online web series called “Flannel Talk.”
Auburn University's Office of Sustainability has seen changes in its events this semester. An informational event replaced its usual sustainability picnic, and during its Oscillation Transia Film Festival, the director greeted guests over Zoom.