Paul Brock | Campus Writer
Open for all students to observe, the annual Great Debate commenced between the College of Democrats, the College of Republicans and Young Americans for Liberty. The debate was held Wednesday evening in the Mell Classroom Building from 7:30–9 p.m.
Starting in 2014, Auburn's Harbert College of Business annual Entrepreneurship Summit has evolved to encompass a variety of events including keynote speakers, awards and competitions.
Auburn’s Department of Human Resources is developing a new talent management system called Tiger Talent.
More Than Auburn, a service organization for students in Auburn’s masters of public administration, hosted Master Chef Cook-Off in the Eagle’s Nest on Thursday evening.
On the night of March 19, an EF-3 tornado hit Jacksonville State’s campus, damaging dozens of buildings across campus and destroying Merrill Hall.
The Chipotle on Magnolia is a popular place for students to grab a quick meal off campus, and now, the Mexican food chain is going to have its own club.
Student organizations were able to display their achievements in the Organization Showcase in the Student Center Ballroom Tuesday evening.
Dixon Center hosts National Firefighter training program as the first location outside of California
The Wildland Firefighter Apprenticeship Program or WFAP is hosting its first-ever training session outside of California at Auburn University’s Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center during Feb 2018.
The Auburn Hastings was one of more than 100 of the chain's stores that closed its doors.
“We just want to provide a fun and a safe place,” said Chase Higgens, the general manager for the Opelika Surge Park.