Stephen Lanzi | Campus Writer
Robert L. Shibley, executive director of the Foundation of Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, spoke on the importance of free speech to a group of Auburn students and faculty.
Irish dignitary visits Auburn From peacekeeping contributions to the United Nations to the “very good” whiskey, Shane Stephens, consul general of Ireland in Atlanta, brought the Irish experience to Auburn on Thursday.
Anna Gramberg, senior counsel to Auburn President Steven Leath, invited members of the Consulate General of Japan to Auburn on Tuesday to visit with students, faculty and administrators.
Winter break for most involves warm evenings by fireplaces, dinners with family and opening presents around the Christmas tree. For some, a break is far from relaxing.
The Auburn Film Club has gone under structural changes to further form an enjoyable environment for movie fans and film fanatics alike. Members of the film club get together on a weekly basis to watch a movie, usually in Tichenor Hall.
Janelle Green was born prematurely at 32 weeks at four pounds and five ounces. As an adult, Green is an advocate for babies born prematurely.
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.