As the Auburn University Board of Trustees met on Friday in Montgomery, several topics directly relating to students and the Auburn family were discussed. Whether it was athletic facility upgrades or the creation of an entirely new degree, a lot of ground was covered. Here’s what you need to know.
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On Friday, the Auburn University Board of Trustees granted final approval for the construction of a new science, technology, engineering, mathematics and agricultural academic building complex.
Tanner McCraney’s idea for Rumie began with seven lamps and a heartfelt goodbye from his mom and dad after being dropped off to begin his freshman year at Ole Miss. After being left with the “absurd number of lamps,” he set out to clear some space in his small dorm room by selling some on Facebook Marketplace.
More than a decade after the death of an unidentified child in Opelika, law enforcement officials on Thursday announced the conclusion of an exhaustive investigation with an emotional press conference.
As the fax machines fell silent and the early signing period came to a close on Friday, Auburn’s 2023 football recruiting class began to take shape. Currently, the Tigers have a consensus top-20 class, a far cry from when it was the No. 52 ranked class in the nation shortly after Bryan Harsin was dismissed as head football coach in October.
On Dec. 17, two officers with the Opelika Police Department responded to an alleged domestic dispute around 10:30 p.m. after a female caller requested assistance.
On Friday, Auburn University announced it will be partnering with electric scooter and bicycle company Spin to provide students, faculty, employees and visitors with additional on-campus transportation options beginning Jan. 16, 2023.
Ever since James Johnson bought it in 1969, Campus Barber Shop has occupied the same quaint 400-square-foot shop in downtown Auburn just a stone’s throw from Toomer’s Corner.
Attending college as a trans woman in the heart of the South was never going to be easy. Around campus, Luna, sophomore in history, has received dirty looks and hate-filled glares from those that overheard her talking about being trans or spotted the pink, blue and white pins she sometimes wears.
On Tuesday, the Auburn City Council approved the use of $579,000 of American Rescue Plan funding to install air conditioning units at the Brown Recreation Center and the Boykin Community Center gymnasiums.
Members of the Auburn Plainsman break down the midterm election results and what they could mean for the future of Alabama and the country.
As “Dancing in the Moonlight” by King Harvest rang out across the ballroom floor at Katie Britt’s watch party just before the polls closed at 7 p.m., it would foreshadow a clean sweep by Republicans in races up and down the ballot in Alabama.
James Owens’ path was always going to be a lonely one. As the first Black football player at Auburn in 1969, how could it not be?
On Monday afternoon, members of the newest iteration of the Auburn City Council were sworn into their respective offices in front of a crowd almost exclusively comprised of smiling family members and city government officials.
At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, Auburn residents highlighted concerns associated with the continued influx of new residents and their vehicles.
On Monday, former Mississippi State athletic director John Cohen, 56, was announced as Auburn’s 16th athletic director, 66 days after former athletic director Allen Greene revealed he was stepping down.
It is November in Auburn. On campus, students have begun to bundle up in their oversized sweatshirts as the air grows chilly and crisp. And with that fall feeling has come the long-anticipated 2022 midterm elections.
As Aubie hoisted the Deep South Clash trophy over his head, the raucous cheers of roughly 100 students and community members in attendance filled the room.
During Tuesday’s meeting, the City Council approved a change to a current ordinance that would pave the way for murals and other public art within Auburn’s city limits.