Stephen Lanzi | Campus Writer
An Auburn College of Education alumnus earned a nomination for national history teacher of the year for his innovative approach to teaching.
As part of the lead up to Veteran’s Day, the Veterans Resource Center set up 22 flags on Cater Lawn on Monday morning to commemorate veterans who have taken their own life.
The University Program Council and the Latino Student Association held an event in conjunction with one another on Wednesday to celebrate the Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead.
Auburn’s Board of Trustees recently approved an undergraduate program referred to as Sustainable Biomaterials and Packaging.
The Black Student Union or BSU, organized the True Colors event Tuesday evening in Foy auditorium where they stimulated dialogue on various topics relating to the cultural climate at Auburn.
The 1986 Auburn graduate and University of Board Trustees member featured the This is Auburn speaking series and the annual Military Appreciation Day.
Four Auburn students recently concluded their year-long project of designing and building a house, Buster’s home, from start to finish for a Hale County resident.
Robinson and Lever Architecture are on the forefront of the use cross-laminated timber, CLT, and just received a permit to build the first mass timber high-rise in the United States
“Religious convictions that once cost believers their lives are no presented in a fashion that lets the students make up their own mind.
Local law enforcement gathered Thursday evening to meet and interact with members of the Auburn community.