Christopher Heaney | Staff Writer
Two graduation ceremonies were held Saturday, awarding 1,160 new Auburn graduates with degrees, marking over 315,000 degrees since the University's beginning in 1856
Fans of Monty Python will have something to look forward to over the next week as Auburn Area Community Theater puts on “Spamalot!” at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center.
Next to 160 Ross and across from the Douglas J. Watson Municipal Complex stands the 111-year-old “Ross House”, now home to Ross House Coffee Company as of its grand opening Monday morning.
“Put a Little Disney Magic in your Service & Leadership” taught those in attendance how to improve their business using the techniques of the world-famous company.
Out of seven awards given, Auburn’s student government association took home “SGA of the Year” and “Program of the Year” for Hey Day.
Einstein Bros. Bagels will arrive as the newest restaurant on campus, opening on the ground floor of the Haley Center across from the University Bookstore
Auburn is one of four research universities in the southeast receiving a $5 million grant for a project to preserve the Upper Floridian Aquifer.
Rocks can now be found all over Auburn, and Burnett hopes people will add more on their own and during events organized on the Facebook page that are held at places like Town Creek Park.
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is definitely a must see.
Guests of the Auburn Marriott Opelika Hotel were swinging to the sounds of the 1930's this weekend thanks to the Auburn Knights Alumni Association’s 87th anniversary reunion.