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With the 2012 election right around the corner, the Auburn University Program Council hosted a political roundtable discussion event, "Hot plates, hot topics," to encourage students to participate in an open dialogue about pressing political issues.
Approximately 55 students gathered to eat pasta and talk politics. Dr. Steven Brown, associate professor of political science, gave students an introduction and topics to consider for their discussions. Students at tables of five…Continue
Auburn University's Student Government Association sponsored "Capitol on the Plains" on Oct. 16, 2012. This legislative forum brought together four Republican legislators and one Democrat in a bipartisan panel to answer questions from students about Alabama politics.
Panelists included Speaker of the House Rep. Mike Hubbard, Sen. Phil Williams, Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin, Rep. Pebblin Warren and Sen. Tom Whatley. Auburn SGA President Owen Parrish asked the panelists a series of…Continue
National Voter Registration Day called students and volunteers to grab their clipboards, set up tables and register voters on campuses and in communities across Alabama and the rest of the country. Sept. 25, 2012 marked the first National Voter Registration Day. Enthusiasm certainly wasn't lacking in the Auburn-Opelika community.
The National Voter Registration Day is a single day of coordinated efforts nationwide to make sure as many Americans as possible are able to cast their…Continue
As the major party conventions wrap up in Tampa and Charlotte, both camps are prepared to push hard for their respective candidates leading into November. The conventions not only serve as a three-day infomercial for the party, they allow voters from around the nation to feel like they have a hand in choosing the path for the party over the next four years. …