Regan Moss | Columnist
Despite the necessary roles that graduate students take on for their entire academic community, they are loaded with a student service fee.
As previously noted by others, there seemed to be a higher frequency of alerts regarding instances of sexual violence this semester on Auburn's campus or in the community, but allowing students to carry weapons will not lessen sexual violence.
Regan Moss talked with Judith White and Katherine Weathers about how popular ideas of what rape looks like hurts survivors who are trying to make sense of what happened to them.
On Oct. 1, Gov. Ivey signed a bill that will use COVID-19 relief funds to build more prisons instead of addressing the impact the pandemic has had on our state. If Ivey were truly concerned with the status of prisons, there are better use of the funds.
Only a few months have passed since Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law a sex education bill recognizing elementary and complete reforms to sex education at public K-12 schools across the state of Alabama. If brought to fruition, this law would mandate that several dire changes take place across the state in many facets of sex education. This is a good first step, but Alabama still needs to do more.
Disappointed with the town hall on sexual assault Wednesday, Sept. 22, many are still wondering who will confront the pervasiveness of rape culture on campus.
While Auburn students are busy with internships and jobs, classes and game days, Shelby Flores and her team are working to create create safer spaces off-campus for students.
Female professors share how the pandemic exposed disparities in opportunity and student respect between male and female professors.
Auburn has been positioned as one of Alabama's fastest growing cities, yet its growth is quickly leaving behind some members of the community, ignoring their needs and the preservation of the town's historic charm.