Elizabeth Hurley | Campus Writer
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.
One student’s concerns and frustration with on-campus parking has recently sparked a response, requesting a drastic change in the current C-zone parking.
Mentors and buddies dressed in costumes flooded the Village on Monday night as Auburn Panhellenic hosted the Best Buddies program for a night of Trick or Treating.
Pay for parking tickets and help out those in need by participating in the partnership between the Beat Bama Food Drive and Auburn University Parking Services. For the third year in a row, Students may donate cans to the food drive to pay their parking tickets.
Communication can be a struggle between parents and students when it deals with academics.
From competing in the Miss America Outstanding Teen circuit to becoming Miss America 2013, Mallory Hagan has faced a number of challenges.
The familiar drum roll of the beginning of the National Anthem filled the Telfair B. Peet Theatre Wednesday evening as the U.S. Army Herald Trumpets and the Auburn Symphonic Wind Trumpets performed an arrangement of the Star Spangled Banner.
The Tau Kappa Epsilon, Beta Lambda chapter at Auburn University has pledged $25,000 to their national philanthropy St. Jude by Jan. 1, 2018.
The crowd spilled out of the door of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art on Friday night as Auburn students and members of the Auburn community awaited Leo Twiggs’ presentation of his collection Requiem for Mother Emanuel.