On Nov. 23, USA Today published an article detailing six universities’ refusal or lack of compliance when asked for Title IX data. Among those universities, Auburn topped the list.
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In 1943, George Petrie wrote the Auburn Creed. That same creed has become a rally cry for Auburn students and a unifying force each year when Creed Day rolls around.
After the Auburn Police Department responded to complaints of shots fired between the evening of Dec. 6 and early morning of Dec. 7, a suspect was developed and was found to be in possession of a firearm and an illegal explosive.
With a vision to create a community of musicians with substantial knowledge in music education, Tim Spicer, co-owner of Spicer’s Music, made this vision a reality when he opened Spicer’s Music ten years ago.
During Mayor Ron Anders’ fourth annual State of the City address on Wednesday night, the mayor touted the city’s progress in infrastructure, population growth and the economy. Several Auburn residents were also celebrated with the Mayor’s Lamplighter Award.
On Nov. 11, the Board of Trustees held a meeting in which they approved several facilities-related measures, as well as several research and outreach efforts.
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.
Saturday, Nov. 5, marked the inaugural celebration of the Lee County Day of Remembrance at the Lee County Courthouse Square.
A trial five years in the making began Monday between Auburn University economics professor Michael Stern and five former University officials: former President Jay Gogue and Steven Leath, former Provost William Hardgrave and Timothy Boosinger and former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Joseph Aistrup.
Several prominent races are underway in Alabama, including a race for governor, senator and third congressional district. Here is what you need to know about the candidates involved in these races.
On Nov. 8, several proposed amendments to the state's constitution will be on the ballot. Amendment I, more commonly known as Aniah’s Law, would allow judges to deny bond to those who are charged with committing violent crimes.
On Oct. 19, Auburn University celebrated the 75th anniversary of Hey Day. The event took place between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Haley Concourse and the Campus Green.
On Friday, Sept. 30, the Opelika Chamber of Commerce held their First Responder’s Breakfast. Their keynote speaker was Coach Bruce Pearl, and they presented awards to several first responders in the area.
Sens. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., and Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., are in the early phases of drafting a bill that would seek to stabilize the collegiate NIL deal landscape.
On Sept. 20 and 21, two bomb threats were called into Opelika Middle School, leading to the evacuation of the school on both days and one arrest.
In July, Dr. Jason Hicks assumed his role as the dean of Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated
On August 16, the Auburn City Council held its second meeting of the month. Mayor Ron Anders began by thanking public safety officials for working to provide School Resource Officers to local schools. Though the provision is not complete, Anders said he was hopeful that these SROs will soon be put in place.
Although Auburn is not often thought of when the topic of live music comes up, the music scene in the Auburn-Opelika area is alive and well. Live music in Auburn comes in nearly every style and can be found almost anywhere.
After provisional ballots had been counted in District 27’s State Senate race, Auburn City Council member Jay Hovey took the lead by a single vote.