Natalie Beckerink | Campus Writer
“When we come together as colleagues to recognize and celebrate each other achievements it’s fun,” Leath said. “It seems like we don’t do it often enough, though. We get so busy that we often forget to reflect on each other’s accomplishments, but we get to do that tonight."
The protesters Thursday said the new oversight — by someone with a history of criticizing the probe — could negatively affect the independence of the investigation. Whitaker has written critically of Mueller's investigation.
Not just surviving, but thriving: Why choose between college and motherhood, when you can have both?
“We want to communicate to people that you’re not a charity case," Hirschfeldt said. "You are so brave for even making the decision to stay in school and go through with your pregnancy."
“Remember that historical precedence, in short answer, are your guiding hands in media,” Warner said. “Media and marginalized people have been typed into iconographic mediated types for centuries."
Tiger Dining wanted to find a way where students could order a meal while in class, then pick it up on their way to their next class, something that was difficult until Tapingo came into the picture.
“[The team leaders] keep telling us that they have been amazing, they love their first year students, and they are so, so, so happy, and that really does my heart some good,” Thomas said.
""The War Eagle Girls and Plainsmen are composed of 13 women and 13 men to total a group of 26 Auburn students. They represent the respectable and trustworthy ideals of Auburn through the events they run and projects they work on. Some of these functions include organizing alumni pre-games at the President’s Mansion, giving tours of campus and hosting dignitaries.
“The Auburn Family and our on-campus experience make Auburn special for students," Ali said. "Virtual Hey Day is one of many ways Auburn Online aims to bring the family connection and unique experience to our online students as well."
Students will be able to make their voices heard on 8-foot-by-16-foot 'American Expressions' sculpture
Auburn students will have the chance to make their mark on this sculpture when it makes its stop on campus. Viewers of the sculpture are encouraged to write whatever they’re inspired to, whether that be to share their stories or simply speak their mind.
What we really want to do is make voting rights as simple as possible and make it as easy as possible for people to vote, so that they feel empowered, and they feel they have all their information in order to vote on the ballot," Hermo said.