Bailey Murphy | Campus Writer
Coordinated by the College of Liberal Arts and the David Mathews Center for Civic Life, the Living Democracy program teaches students how to be citizens who engage in civic issues effectively.
Nelson, sophomore in nursing, allowed the determination of herself and her dance professor Adrienne Wilson to not keep this accident from robbing her of her ability to be a dancer.
Spring break is fast approaching. Many of us need to keep a destination on our minds to see the light at the end of the midterm tunnel.
The Disney College Program is a five to seven-month program letting college students live in the Disney magic while gaining valuable career experience.
Bailey Sullivan balances a lot on a day-to-day basis. Similar to her peers, Sullivan is involved in a variety of organizations in addition to her academics. But on top of all of this, Sullivan must balance her health as well.
Auburn's department of campus safety and security’s Rape Aggression Defense program seeks to educate female students on the best self-defense techniques to defend themselves if they were ever to become the target of sexual violence.
Few students have a better understanding of the effects seasonal weather change have on plants than the members of Auburn’s Organic Gardening Club. In their second full semester on campus, the organization has just rotated to its fall and winter crops.
Students and community members crowded the Dudley Courtyard to purchase and carve pumpkins. It was a happy and family-friendly atmosphere.
Auburn University hosted multicultural scholar Derald Wing Sue as part of its Critical Conversations speaker series Thursday evening.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art hosted an art talk by Jean Shin Thursday evening to judge the museum's Out of the Box outdoor sculpture exhibition.