Sophie Goodwin | Lifestyle writer
Katherine Weathers, assistant director of the Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Office and senior deputy Title IX coordinator, explains Auburn's Title IX policy, details on the reporting process and why this policy is important to protect against sexual assault.
Brighton Gregory, junior in secondary education, started Bright Dye Co., a tie-dye business on Instagram, beginning in August of last year. Gregory walks through her journey from tie-dying beginner to hobby to side business.
The Plainsman will be releasing our top picks around town this weekend. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date.
Bark in the Park was held this Saturday, March 20, 2021, for the community to come out to Kiesel park with their dogs and possibly adopt another.
The manager of Pokémen tells what their business has to offer and why they started their restaurant.
Reese Fleming, a senior in aerospace engineering, shares his passion for music and how he started producing his own music on a variety of platforms from Instagram to Spotify.
Associate professors of history, Melissa Blair and Alan Meyer, discuss the impact of nostalgia in pop culture.
The director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services recounts Moose and Nessie, the two therapy dogs, stories of becoming therapy animals.
Auburn’s chapter of PERIOD The Menstrual Movement speaks about their mission to raise awareness around women's health issues. While an associate history professor provides historical background on the relation between societal views and women’s health.