Diane Pham | News Writer
Diane Pham, freshman in industrial engineering, is a news writer at The Plainsman.
Auburn Speaks, Auburn University's biannual public speaking competition, took place on the evening of April 6. Melinda Walker, senior in psychology, won the Philip Lutzenkirken Excellence in Public Speaking Award through a speech that put cussing in a positive light.
The Lee County Remembrance Project was founded in an effort to remember victims of racial terror lynchings who were largely forgotten over time.
Breanna Thrasher, junior in equine science, was left paralyzed from the waist down when she was eight-years-old. Now, she is speaking out on the lack of accessibility at Auburn and how this issue has effected her time here.
After arriving at Auburn University in 2007, Maggie Han is taking on new responsibilities as the COSAM associate dean for academic affairs.
Timothy Edgemon, assistant professor of sociology and criminology at Auburn, has been working to study the effects of the prison system on inmates' mental health.
Wednesday afternoon, Auburn’s Latinx Student Alliance and University Program Council partnered to host a celebration of Día de Los Muertos on the campus green.
This year, the wheelchair basketball team will be competing in their first home tournament on Oct. 16th.