Sarah Cook / WRITER
Instead of hitting the beach for vacation, some students hit the streets during school breaks to give back and impact communities in a positive way.
Put on your cowboy boots.
Sunny Stalter began preparing for this moment at the age of 12, and she didn't want to jeopardize it.
Poverty, abuse, hunger, pollution, bullying--no issue is too tough for C-4 to tackle.
Through a series of lectures from consul general representatives, students are being encouraged to break out of Auburn city limits and open up to international issues.
Danger: The Mundy Trail will be haunted with ghosts and goblins Oct. 26-27.
Orange and blue are not the only colors Auburn needs to bleed right now.
A sea of pink will flood historic downtown Opelika when breast cancer survivors and supporters walk to raise awareness in the seventh-annual Think Pink Walk.
Although The Independent has closed its doors for good, the show goes on for TKO dance parties, now at Bourbon Street Bar.
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" is a phrase by which Rachel Cooper, Auburn equestrian team member, tries to live by each day.