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History Archives - Office of Sustainability

The Smell of Risk

Hsuan L. Hsu, Professor of English at UC Davis, considers histories of smell, olfactory aesthetics, and environmental injustice, in conversation with Emily Friedman, Associate Professor of English at Auburn, and artist Manon Bellet, alongside Bellet’s exhibition. Free and open to the public.  
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November 17, 2022

Hey Day

Dating all the way back to 1947, students who served in WWII were returning back to normalcy here at Auburn University, but upon their return, they felt unseen and unheard here on campus. In response, Auburn University’s student body and members of the Student Government Association pushed for a day…
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October 12, 2022

2022 Women in Agriculture

The College of Agriculture is pleased to announce plans for their 2022 Women in Agriculture event! This year’s luncheon will feature Dr. Kathryn Beasley - Cultivating New Ground: The Early Decades of Alabama’s Rural Women in Home Demonstration Programming.   There are only 100 seats available for this luncheon. Seats…
Amy Strickland
September 28, 2022

Constitution Day

Gender Equality and the Supreme Court: Frontiero v. Richardson The Lead Plaintiff and Lead Attorney discuss the litigation and aftermath  of the landmark 1973 SCOTUS decision.  Featuring Joseph J. Levin, Jr – co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center and Sharron Frontiero Cohen – USAF, Maxwell Air Force Base (Montgomery, AL)   
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September 13, 2022

Book Talk by Sam Hendrix

Join the College of Liberal Arts at Pebble Hill for the book launch of Auburn: A History in Street Names by Sam Hendrix. As its title suggests, the stories within this book relate to the origins of street names. But this volume covers much more than that. It tells the stories…
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December 2, 2021