Auburn passed the 90-point mark during a rout of Colgate on Friday in front a holiday-themed crowd in Neville Arena, extending the team's win streak to 8-0 before finals begin for both players and students alike.
Wednesday afternoon, Auburn’s Latinx Student Alliance and University Program Council partnered to host a celebration of Día de Los Muertos. Auburn students gathered on the campus green for traditional Mexican food, hot cocoa, bingo and a movie.
Auburn students and faculty celebrate National Coming Out Day 2022 with food and snow cones on the university Green Space on Oct. 11, 2022.
“The event in its essence is to address common myths in our culture and social narratives that victims/survivors somehow have been responsible for their victimization because of the things they were wearing," Carroll said. "It is an array of clothing from people that it either models or it was the actual clothing they were wearing at the time of their assault. We will also have art pieces such as paintings and poetry." On April 14, 2022 the “What Were You Wearing” installation was held at Pebble Hill in honor of sexual assault awareness month. Regan Moss, senior in microbiology, and Ren Carroll, junior in journalism, organized the event and opened it for the public to view.
Auburn fans camp outside of the Auburn Arena ahead of the Auburn vs. Kentucky game on Jan. 22, 2022.
Cut the Gas is a comic strip by Plainsman cartoonist Caleb Eason that follows the life and troubles of Dakota, a high schooler tasked with showing a new student around campus whose quirks and shortcomings occasionally land him in odd and unfortunate scenarios. Cut the Gas is published online weekly by The Plainsman.
Following the Atlanta Braves' victory over the Houston Astros in the 2021 World Series, many Braves fans celebrated at Toomer's Corner.