Hannah White | Campus Writer
Auburn University’s College of Science and Mathematics Leadership Council held their Distinguished Lecture Tuesday afternoon, inviting presenter Sean Carroll, author of “The Serengeti Rules: The Quest to Discover How Life Works and Why It Matters.”
During the month of February, Ralph Brown Draughon Library presented a special exhibit on African Americans in the military. This exhibit was created to honor these veterans, specifically during Black History Month.
Women's Leadership Conference set for March 8 at Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center
Undergraduate students and other professionals will all join together in Auburn to learn about different forms of leadership during the 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference held in early March to promote and teach women leaders on and off Auburn’s campus.
For the fifth year in a row, students and faculty gathered together to listen to female faculty members describe how they work to promote social justice issues on campus. The event is chaired by Dr. Paula Backscheider, Philpott-Stevens Eminent Scholar in English and featured four other women faculty members.
The Campus Food Pantry began in 2013 and is run by the Auburn Cares office. The main goal of the organization is to assist students who face food insecurity.
Returning for the second year, Black Girls Rock, put on by the National Society of Black Engineers, will provide a platform honoring the many black women who serve as professors, professionals, staff and students at Auburn.
This year, Auburn’s Black Student Union will be hosting different events during Black History Month. Some of these events are annual and some are brand new.
During the months of February and March, Auburn’s campus will be participating in a nationwide tournament that many may not know about.
Quite often on Auburn’s campus Greek organizations will team up and host socials or other types of functions.
Less than one week into the new semester, students can spend their day off from classes on Martin Luther King Jr. day giving back.