Editorial Board | Spring 2021
In following with The Plainsman's long history of change, we have decided to make it a primarily online publication. For years we have resisted this change, but now we have an opportunity to ensure that this organization continues to flourish in the decades to come. Godspeed and prosper, The Auburn Plainsman.
Gov. Ivey's private prison plan may not only be harmful for Alabamians pockets and communities, but also the integrity of the state.
SGA President Ada Ruth Huntley and her team managed to get a lot accomplished this year despite the circumstances, and for that we say: thank you.
After a tumultuous fall semester, both professors and students could use some understanding from the other.
Because of the financial constraints and decreased on-campus student population caused by the ongoing pandemic, The Plainsman staff has decided to conserve our resources this week. But don't worry, we'll be back soon.
Auburn University's failure to implement reentry testing despite having the resources puts both the students and the community at risk.