Paul Brock | Staff Writer
Students, faculty and parents all pitched in to help with the process as cars, furniture and boxes with various items could be seen strewn on the concourses throughout the day on Thursday, Aug. 16.
More than 1,200 students became alumni at two graduation ceremonies, which were held on Aug. 4, at the Auburn Arena. CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama Tim Vines gave the commencement address at both ceremonies, which each featured different colleges from across campus.
The Downtown Merchants Association hosted their third annual Cheers on the Corner Friday night. It was sold out by 7 p.m. Friday while the event lasted until 10 p.m.
“It’s just so cheap to take classes and be a member here, and so there was no way I could say no."
Though disc golf is a newer sport in Lee County, it has quickly gained a popular following, and new courses and tournaments may soon be coming to the area.
Fireworks are a staple part of every Fourth of July, and so it was no surprise that hundreds came out to the city of Auburn’s annual Independence Day Celebration Wednesday night.
On June 28 at 4 p.m., members of Opelika’s fire and police departments, as well as other Opelika residents, came together to witness the grand opening of the new police and fire department exhibit.
The University’s Board of Trustees approved the degree June 8. It is now awaiting approval from the Alabama Commission on Higher Education who’s vote will take place in December.
Whether you are looking to just try out mountain biking or are an advanced rider looking for jump thrills, summer is a great time for mountain biking.
With only hours before the polls closed, Republican gubernatorial candidate and Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle landed at Auburn airport to speak to supporters inside of the terminal. “The most important thing is that we want to tell everybody ‘make sure you get out and vote,’” Battle said. “The most important thing is that we want to tell everybody ‘make sure you get out and vote,’” Battle said.