Trice Brown | Campus Reporter
Auburn’s landscaping services works to maintain and improve the foreground of Auburn’s campus while simultaneously remaining in the background.
SGA to consider revising the academic honesty policy and supporting a campaign for a National Pan-Hellenic Council Legacy Plaza at upcoming Senate meeting.
In University President Steven Leath’s State of the University speech on Nov. 13, he threw his support behind a plan to replace the aging Hill dorms with new residence halls and discussed issues with parking and diversity.
TigerDev is a group of students passionate about the development of video games. They learn about the facets of game development through competitive and cooperative hands-on events.
Max Zinner, graduate school senator, presented a bill to the senators on Monday Oct. 29 at SGA Senate that would allow campaigning students to visit student organizations a week before formal campaigning began.
“A lot of the time, the individuals in this room end up running for major candidates — major and minor candidates,” Block said.
“I think it’s really important to try and show a real-world example of what companies do for cyber security,” Vanrell said. “Instead of being like, ‘Oh, hypothetically, this is what you are supposed to do.’”
“Sometimes, the term ‘mental health’ will scare people away,” Annerino said. “Some people do think it’s still kind of a taboo topic to talk about, so ‘mental wealth’ is kind of putting a positive spin on it.”
Auburn researchers partner with Atlanta Audubon Society to gain better understanding of West Nile virus
Auburn professor and graduate student are conducting a study in the Atlanta area that looks for environmental factors contributing to greater risk of people contracting the West Nile virus.