Editorial Board | Spring 2018
Internships are an excellent way to gain hands-on experience in a chosen field and add another level of learning to your higher education.
This action is preposterous, supported by embellished premises and is outright wasteful.
An intent to better Auburn as a research institution should come as part of a plan to better Auburn as a whole. This requires hiring more tenure-track professors for all colleges and majors and ensuring resources are distributed fairly across disciplines.
On Tuesday, Auburn City Council will be voting on whether to amend the city’s height ordinance to allow for the construction buildings with a height up to 75 feet in the main part of downtown.
With Pearl finding a home at Auburn, a major change came to the Tigers’ program.
Auburn University has made efforts to discredit the White Student Union since its outset and has made efforts to increase intellectual conversations about difficult social issues. With one event, the Honors College has undermined this cause.
With spring break almost a week away, many students are focused on achieving an ideal beach body.
Ainsworth, a candidate for lieutenant governor this year, proposes that arming certain teachers will create a diligent army prepped and ready to take out a threat.
In a period of partisan bickering and legislative dysfunction, examples of efficient and effective government can seem hard to come by.
Alarming issues remain present at Auburn, and we believe our new SGA needs to concern themselves with addressing diversity at the University, along with the dining and the dorms system.