Trice Brown | Campus Reporter
Amidst cheers from friends and family, and a few elaborate dances, Auburn seniors and graduate students bid their alma mater farewell in their graduation ceremony on Sunday in Auburn Arena.
In the last Student Government Association Senate meeting of the semester, senators passed a resolution urging the Alabama state Legislature to increase Auburn’s share of a proposed increase to the education trust fund.
An Auburn student tells her story of grief, terror and a miracle in post-genocide Rwanda.
“We do it for the campus, the students, the faculty, the staff and, really, the city,” Sutton said.
“So much of life’s problems can be solved by people sitting down together, sharing a meal and talking about their problems and creating an environment [where] solutions can be found.”
“It skews research towards things that happen to be monetizable, and makes things that aren’t monetizable downplayed,” Smith said.
The faculty in the College of Education is spread all across campus. With plans for University expansion underway, the college is in the beginning stages of finding a new home.
Wei Yi, president of the Chinese Student Organization, said international students are uniquely affected by this change.
After nearly a decade of being involved with SGA, Max Zinner's involvement comes to an end. Zinner has been on the forefront of getting gender identity into the University's Anti-Discrimination Policy as well as incorporating gender-neutral language in SGA's code of laws.
At the SGA Town Hall on athletics and student tickets, panelists discussed challenges of perfecting the student-section experience and the problems affecting that experience.