Tim Nail | Campus Reporter
To change the logo or not to change the logo. That seems to be the question of the week at Auburn, with the Student Government Association saying the logo won’t be changed and a spokesperson for the University saying that hasn’t yet been decided.
The University will not be changing its logo, according to SGA president Mary Margaret Turton who said she spoke with Auburn's chief operating officer following an SGA resolution about the matter.
The program states that in a suicide scenario, one should first question the affected person by directly asking if they have suicidal thoughts or actions. Students who went through the training were advised to speak up if they have a friend or family member who seems to be acting differently than normal.
SGA was able to secure a higher overall budget for 2019 to 2020 in cooperation with University administration.
In response to heightened concerns about campus parking, the University is seeking to shift its parking system from the long-standing zonal format to a lot-based system.
The nameless statue celebrates the 125th anniversary of the first co-ed class at the University, built as a lasting memoriam to the celebration in 2017, along with the Theatre III amphitheater behind it that was added last year.
Student Senate passes resolution to give Student Activity Portfolio $15,000 for final week of fiscal year
The division of Student Affairs found itself in dire straits when it ran out of money to support organizations to the end of the fiscal year ending at the start of October.
“Looking at me, the average person would think I don’t have a brain injury, or that everything’s okay," Christopher Beamon said. "But I’m in pain just about every day.”
Almost 200 people entered a grand room in Auburn’s First Presbyterian Church on Thursday night to engage in a unifying event.
For some students who rely on the University’s Tiger Transit system, adjustments to a few bus routes led to a troubling first few weeks. In response, SGA redeveloped two transit lines.