This is the section of the 1976 Glomerata that has been devoted to hassles.
Within the next few pages you learn that your time at Auburn was horrible, you can't have chosen a worse place to attend college and if you haven't finished your time on campus you should seriously consider somewhere else.
I mean, look at all of these people. People! Soylent Green is People!
To be fair, this is the 70s. The writers were probably a bit too influenced by the post-hippie dystopian art of the time. Soylent Green was only three years old. Probably kids on the Concourse where yelling that at the top of their lungs just like their parents bellowed "Stella!"
On the other hand, the complaints the students have here are huge inconveniences in the collegiate world. But they are common. And they are persistent. Many of the same things that threatened to lay them low generations have endured on the Auburn campus and elsewhere.
And the cafeteria complaints are so trivial that we're going to ignore them here.
But you can't ignore these people. They're eating on the floor! Enroll somewhere else while you still can!
Cropped out of the background are some gymnastics rings, so this is clearly some horrible circumstance where the faculty -- or worse, the staff -- made the students eat on the gym floor. The horror!
The picture belongs with a blurb about orientation, and you can see all of those fears played out on the half-face on the bottom right corner.
"The brochure didn't say anything about this ..."
They still don't.