Letter to the Editor
A functioning and healthy democracy is dependent upon inclusive civic participation.
Although it has received scrutiny as of late, there is something to be said about a document that stood the test of time.
It’s depressing to read the hymns of praise in favor of the Auburn Creed because it really is an embarrassingly awful document.
Dear President Leath and Provost Hardgrave, We, the undersigned faculty and staff, are writing to express our dismay at an event sponsored by the Honors College on the evening of Monday, February 26.
Dear students, Welcome to the special Student Involvement issue of The Auburn Plainsman, Auburn University’s award-winning student newspaper.
Whether you travel by car, bicycle, transit or foot, intersections are part and parcel of our daily lives.
If he truly cared about freedom of speech and not attention and violence, he could easily speak at a venue that was not a university.
The Eagles will play to win this Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
A former member of SGA once told me something that I found bold and exceedingly true. Hunter Gibson, former Executive Vice President of Programs, said, "freshmen are the bravest people I know."
Far-left democrats have recently been concerned with shutting down hate speech.