Auburn students have long been known for their passion for tradition.
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In recognition of his outstanding work at the Southeastern Raptor Center, Andrew Hopkins, assistant director of Raptor Training and Education was recently awarded the Auburn Chamber & Auburn-Opelika Tourism Partnership Award, which honored Hopkins for his significant contributions to the raptor center and the community.
The Cup & Saucer is a local market and cafe that has contributed to the hospitality industry in Auburn for over 18 years under the leadership of local chef, Lisa French. The Cup & Saucer has catered University events, served meals to Auburn students and provided a local taste to the community.
On Jan. 21, over 150,000 people gathered at the National Mall in Washington D.C. and marched from the Washington Monument to the Supreme Court Building in the 49th annual March for Life.
Oct. 23, 2021 marked two years since the disappearance of Aniah Blanchard, a member of the Auburn community and an individual whose story kindled national attention and encouraged positive action towards reform and change.
Whether on or off campus, the hospitality scene in Auburn is vibrant with restaurants, families, and businesses that serve Auburn students and locals. Under the leadership of chefs such as David Bancroft of Acre, a recent Iron Chef Showdown Winner and James Beard Award semi-finalist, Auburn’s hospitality industry continues to attract culinary educators and leaders.
Located in downtown Opelika, The Well is a coffee shop and tea room that invites a place for women in the community to connect, sell local products and share their stories in an intentional and hospitable setting.
The University's efforts to identify the foot soldiers of the Bloody Sunday march in Selma turn towards the public as professors Richard Burt and Keith Hebert’s Bloody Sunday Passion Project reaches social media with the engagement of Honors College students.