AUBURN, Ala. -- Auburn University's Black Student Union, or BSU, is hosting Unity Week this week on campus as a part of celebrating Black History Month.

A part of this year's Unity Week is an interactive art project called the unity project. This project will be set up on the university's campus green throughout the week, allowing all students, faculty and staff at Auburn to participate.

The project consists of 32 posts that are sticking out of the campus green. Each post holds a different identifier for participants to choose from to tie up with colorful yarn in reflection of their own identities.

The goal of this project is that by the end, the yarn will be entertained around all of the posts, to create a colorful web that represents interconnectedness and diversity.