Elizabeth Hurley | Campus Writer
Being an entrepreneur and entrepreneurship are words that are thrown around a lot today, but not many know what it truly means to be one.
Miss Auburn has been a staple of Auburn University since the position’s creation in 1936. This year’s election will serve to be different from previous elections as candidates will no longer run on a philanthropic platform.
While there will be no parking spaces added this semester, Auburn University Parking Services believes it will be much easier to find a spot despite having the same number of spaces as last semester.
Eleven-year Auburn coaching legend turned radio host Pat Dye has the same love for sports today he had in 1981. After several years of contributing to radio shows around the southeast, Dye started his own show.
The Miller Writing Center is a tool available weekly to all students in locations across campus. It is meant to be a place for all students to bring any form of writing, from lab reports to thesis papers to collaborate with another student to improve their writing.
Whether a freshman is deciding to live on or off-campus for their sophomore year or a junior is making their final housing choice of their college career, the time to decide has arrived.
Thousands of rolls of toilet paper covered Samford Lawn after the win over the University Alabama on Saturday. Come Monday morning when the tailgates are all cleaned up and the last of the fans have left Auburn, Toomer’s Corner and all of Samford Lawn remained covered in the remnants of the Iron Bowl win.
Many college students work an on- campus job or use on- campus services run by student workers each day and the Foy Information Desk is no exception.
Behind Enemy Lines: A look into the University of Alabama and Auburn University competing food drives
The Iron Bowl is not just for the football field, the Beat Auburn Beat Hunger food drive and the Beat Bama Food Drive provide a hands-on way for students and the community to participate in a less physical version of the Iron Bowl.
Paintings, photographs and other unique works of art depicting the everyday life of an American now display proudly at the Jule Collins Smith Art Museum because of the vision of Auburn students. Starting Nov. 7 through Nov. 24, the art museum will play host to an exhibit put together by Auburn students a part of Dr. Emily Burns’ Art of the USA class.