Patrick Dunning | Campus Writer
Bilodeau leaves Auburn with three returning pitchers.
The NFL Draft was held April 26-28 in Arlington, Texas, producing four draftees and seven undrafted free agents from the Plains.
As the semester gets into full swing and the TigerCards are loaded, there are a variety of food options on campus including The Amsterdam Cafe food truck.
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art held its first biannual community night, placing emphasis on diversity within the Auburn community. An event set aside to celebrate the differences and come together to relate.
Auburn University’s Natalia Ruiz-Junco, assistant professor of sociology, has a fire that burns for theory. Under the umbrella term of sociology, her research interests include social theory, social psychology, sociology of emotions, identity, qualitative methodology and social movements. “I’m interested in the construction of meaning in social life and in the interpretive dynamics of social action,” Ruiz-Junco said. With over 10 publications dating back to 2003, Ruiz-Junco remained persistent in her pursuit of truth. During a lecture, Ruiz-Junco specifically broke down the theory of pragmatic interactionism. Ruiz-Junco defined pragmatic to mean dealing with things realistically, in a way based on practical versus theoretical and interactionism as the theory that there are two entities, the mind and body, each of which influence each other. Ruiz-Junco has had a long-standing interest in pragmatist and interactionist theories. Ruiz-Junco said age, sex and job title help to make up one’s identity.
All expenses paid, AU Global will be sponsoring AU Global students to enjoy various haunted festivities in Salem, Alabama, Friday night.
Immigration was the topic at hand for Sonia Nazario, 2003 Pulitzer Prize winner for feature writing, during her time speaking to Auburn on Tuesday evening.
Music is an inherent part of every society. As technology evolves, music’s influence on society strengthens.
Pagans from all over South East Alabama gathered at Auburn University’s Davis Arboretum Saturday to honor the annual Pagan Pride Day.
That roommate preference form you filled out with the biggest smile on your face, has ended up picking the person you will do battle with every day for the next semester.