Tim Nail | Campus Reporter
A bill was discussed at the final SGA senate meeting of the fall semester on Dec. 2 that would set guidelines on how many staff can occupy concourse campaign locations during elections.
An Auburn University Senate open forum was hosted on Dec. 3 to address Gogue’s status following a proposal raised at a Nov. 22 Board of Trustees meeting to drop the word “interim” from his title.
The Board of Trustees announced a refurbishment project that aims to upgrade fire alarm systems in each of the eight Quad residence halls.
Jordan-Hare Stadium will be undergoing renovations to its field lighting system within the next year, replacing the metal halide field lighting fixtures with LED fixtures.
Students at Auburn University will soon pay more tuition.
As each name was called by members of the council from atop the back steps, cheers erupted from students in the Upper Quad.
Fifteen foods represented Auburn students all across the globe, ranging from African ham couscous to Vietnamese vegetable fried rice.
The Veterans Resource Center is looking to inform the student and faculty body about how to better approach student veterans through the introduction of a new training course.
A temporary rumble strip installation on South Donahue Drive allows for passing vehicles to play a low, rumbling version of the first verse of “War Eagle.”
Construction and policy changes regarding when fans can park their RVs is causing anger among long-time tailgating families.