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The Critical Conversations Speaker Series is returning for its third year.
For some students who rely on the University’s Tiger Transit system, adjustments to a few bus routes led to a troubling first few weeks.
No. 8 Auburn enters Week 3 of the 2019 college football season undefeated after defeating Oregon, 27-21, and Tulane, 24-6, with Kent State visiting Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday.
Seth Williams, who was on the receiving end of the game-winning touchdown against Oregon in Week 1, will be on the sidelines this Saturday when Auburn faces Kent State.
Students can now go to office hours with professors for lunch.
Though Auburn has been focused on Tulane and Kent State, Texas A&M lies in wait as the kickoff to SEC play for the Tigers.
The Tigers took a bite out of the Trojans with a 3-0 victory on Sunday afternoon.
Drivers and passengers in all vehicles must be buckled up, according to the revised Alabama seatbelt laws.
Wheelchair basketball coach Robb Taylor’s career at Auburn started with a story. A story that ended with two simple words.
Pagan Pride Day, an event organized by the Church of the Spiral Tree, will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, at Kiesel Park from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Auburn's rushing attack was non-existent during the first half against Tulane, tallying just 20 yards on the ground heading to the locker room.
Sometimes the smallest of things can have a backstory that’s more than meets the eye — and in this case, it’s a new sculpture that has greeted students, staff and visitors to the University this fall outside the Mell Classroom Building. It’s a simple silhouette of a woman’s head, but behind its metallic finish are the generations of Auburn women who have made their lasting impact on the Univeristy.
Coming off an Oregon game where Bo Nix led Auburn on a game-winning drive in the final seconds, but also saw him throw two interceptions, the true freshman quarterback was looking for his home debut to feature more consistency.
In No. 10 Auburn’s first home game of the season, the touted Tiger defense stifled Tulane, holding the high-scoring Green Wave offense to only two field goals on the night as Auburn won, 24-6.
Following a heart-stopping win over Oregon, Auburn football returns home to face Tulane (6:30 p.m. CST, ESPN2).
UPDATE 2:32 Broken power lines on Magnolia Avenue caused power outages in downtown Auburn on gameday, police said.
For Sisters Kelsey Bacon and Lexy McConaghie, every day begins promptly at 6 a.m. The two companions squeeze in a quick morning workout to wake up, then spend an hour studying scripture as the sun rises.
Soccer is back on the Plains, and the Auburn soccer team opened up home play Thursday night against Syracuse.