Killing for Non-Majors

Nov. 1, 2018

James Craig Hartz, Jr. published in the Watershed Review

Flash Fiction: An Interview with Teague von Bohlen

Sept. 6, 2018

This is not a casual calling. You have to live it. It’s not just the best way to be a writer; it’s the only way.

Five questions for Joanne Addison

Aug. 30, 2018

New Faculty Council chair seeks to build consensus among faculty, administration

The Life and Works of an Auburn Poet

Aug. 22, 2018

Celebrating the joys and tragedies of life in equal measure, from a love of barbecue to eulogizing martyrs of the Civil Rights era, York fearlessly explored his southern heritage as something to be cherished, but also, to be reckoned with.

Everyone Shut Up and Watch Jason Statham Battle a Big-Ass Shark in 'The Meg'

Aug. 8, 2018

“It was a real creature that could still be out there, which makes this more interesting than a movie about dinosaurs.”

Herring is on Journal Advances in the History of Rhetoric

June 21, 2018

The first two decades of the eighteenth century saw the rapid growth of financial markets in Paris and London, growth due in large part to the appeal of newly available financial instruments. This essay examines that appeal in rhetorical terms and argues for the importance of conceiving finance rhetorically.

Nights Like This

May 18, 2018

It’s that night in the summer when your open windows mean nothing, when your bed is just stuffed heat, when the cicadas have started to drop like chitinous rain, staggering drunk

Great Adaptations

April 17, 2018

With more than 50% of all films in release over the last century having been adapted from books, the journey that a creative property takes from page to screen is a unique and complicated one.

Thoughts on 'Spirit Matters' and student success

April 11, 2018

Franklin champions additional faculty-student interaction, richer educational experiences

2018 Faculty Award Winners

April 6, 2018

Each year we honor one of the university’s greatest assets—our remarkable faculty—with the faculty awards. These accolades recognize superior accomplishments in teaching, leadership and service, research and creative activities, librarianship, faculty mentoring, and practices related to non-tenure-track faculty.