Atlanta, Georgia is just a short drive away from Auburn University; making it a tried-and-true spot for a day trip. From restaurants to live music, Atlanta has a lot to offer both tourists and locals.
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Auburn Football is one of the most prominent factors of Auburn University's culture, and there is a lot to know about Saturdays in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Easter is the season of sweets, sun and sentiment. Families and friends come together to celebrate this spring holiday with different treats and traditions.
Located in the center of downtown Auburn is a popular pizza joint that satisfies late-night cravings and allows college students to live on a budget. It may come as no surprise that Little Italy is this year’s Plainsman Choice for the best pizza.
Many Auburn students embarked on different excursions for their 2022 spring break and some chose to go on mission trips to Costa Rica.
Kelly Dunning, recipient of the National Center for Climate and Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Early Career Innovator Award, is an assistant professor in the College of Forestry and Wildlife at Auburn University.
The Krewe De Tigris Mardi Gras Parade in Auburn was held Saturday February 26, 2022 in downtown Auburn. Magnolia Street was marked off for the display of the parade’s floats.
Meet The Plains, a local rock band consisting of four friends Branche Sheffield, Mitch Prewitt, Nick Blackwell and Coleman Galbrith.
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Naked and Afraid executive director shares love story
A local artist creates a life for herself based on her own passions and creativity. Chloé Covin is a prominent local personality in the Auburn community. Covin spends lots of her time in Coffee Cat, on Instagram, or at the Standard Deluxe, a venue in Waverly. She is a small business owner who consistently dabbles in art, music and health.
Amazon is an online marketplace for people to purchase personal items ranging from household needs to fashion and clothing.
After every Auburn athletics win, the trees across from Toomer’s Corner are adorned with toilet paper in celebration. This tradition of rolling Toomer’s Corner dates back to the 1890s.
The annual Tiger Stomp event returned and was held Nov. 12-13 in the Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum on Auburn University’s campus.
Retailers in downtown Auburn welcome the fall season by participating in Tipoff at Toomer's along with other events and sales throughout the rest of October.
Webster’s Wheel, a local indie-folk duo, is the creation of Alabama locals, Daniel Webster and Marie Robertson, and was born in 2019.
As the first home football game draws closer, the band is echoing the sounds of the fight song with Brianna Jarvis leading them in song.
Red Clay Brewing Company began hosting their culinary series Fork and Pint where chefs come into their business to showcase their cooking to the community.
Editor's Note: This story was featured in The Plainsman's special print edition for 2021 Camp War Eagle. You can check out an online version of that edition here.
Auburn Floral Trail has served the Auburn community for almost three decades and it continues this year, March 8 through April 16.