Destini Ambus | Campus Reporter
Despite living under COVID-19’s thumb on campus this fall semester, some current residents said they feel safe under current housing guidelines.
'Leave your mark': Harold Melton, first Black SGA president, reflects on Auburn years, legal career and building dedication
Through Harold Melton, Auburn has made history twice — first in 1987 when students embraced him as SGA's first Black president and second this year when Auburn embraced him with its first building dedication to a person of color.
No handouts, fewer T-shirts and more social media presence are among the changes to this year's Miss Homecoming and Miss Auburn elections because of COVID-19.
In previous SGA elections, parties could have tickets that encompassed all of a college’s senators as well their student council president and vice president.
Auburn's SGA senate approved the addition of an on-campus polling place on Monday night to alleviate traffic at other Auburn-area locations and further civic engagement.
Black at Auburn is inspired by Instagram pages for other universities with similar goals: sharing experiences of Black, indigenous and people of color, students and community at Auburn and interrogating the idea of the Auburn Family.
No staff will be living with the residents in the quarantine and isolation housing, but there will be a list of numbers to call if they need assistance.
The basic components of orientation will still be present — a group led by a counselor, meetings with adviers, and registering for classes.