Natalie Beckerink | Campus Writer
Johnston Taylor's attorney waived the right to a preliminary hearing in the case relating to the death of Rod and Paula Bramblett. The case is scheduled to go before a grand jury at a later date.
Emerge, Auburn's leadership development program, is going through a curriculum change. There are now three phases to the Emerge curriculum, which is new for the 2019–2020 school year — Explore/Explore Spring, Spark and Transform.
Between her Auburn education and her time in New York City, Ashley Gilbreath became an award-winning interior designer, working all across country.
Four Auburn students and five recent graduates were recently named National Science Foundation fellows for their research.
“For the last four years, you have probably thought about this day, leaving Auburn and what you’re going to do next," Sanders said. "Well, I’m here to tell you that you never truly leave Auburn, and Auburn will never truly leave you."
“Hate is on the rise, and I’m not just talking about one person because it goes around," Jones said. "Therefore, we have to be more civil, we won’t survive as a democracy if we don’t."
Spectrum: Auburn’s Gay-Straight Alliance, is bringing the first LGBT conference of its kind to campus from March 29-31, bringing together LGBT communities from all across the state.
“I was so surprised at how many graduates reached out to me to say they were really excited that we were recognized,” Knight said. “I think it’s because they knew the work was great because so many of them are working in the industry."
The red carpet was rolled out on Tuesday night in front of the Student Center Ballroom once again for the 2018-2019 Involvement Awards.
Students had the opportunity to showcase their various written pieces for the Auburn community at SNAPS, the Auburn Circle’s magazine release event.