With October being National Disability and Employment Awareness Month, Jamie Roper, Melissa Pangelinan and Lauren Ozment weigh in on what caring for those with disabilities is like.
Maria Soledad Peresin and Michael Curry demonstrate how the new STEM program affects students and valuable research.
Protesters gathered Tuesday at Toomer’s Corner in response to the University’s announcement that employees are required to be vaccinated.
Following a difficult diagnosis, Whitney Wood Bailey created a collection of oil paintings that still allowed her to express her creativeness.
Auburn Univeristy's team of researchers have made giant steps forward in the world of biochemical production.
On Oct. 12, the Great Debate between three political organizations on campus, College Democrats at Auburn University, Auburn University College Republicans and Plainsmen for Liberty was held. In the end there is one thing that brings all college students together: marijuana.
Beginning in October, the Harbert College of Business will once again offer two competitions for Auburn students to engage with successful Auburn alumni, seek wise counsel and work for the opportunity to win a cash prize.
For many LGBT people, coming out is a difficult and stressful experience to prepare for, if they even get to make the choice themselves. Coming out requires vulnerability and risks rejection from friends or family.
Starting Jan. 1, 2022, Auburn will offer a minimum hourly wage of $14.50 to administrative professionals and eligible full-time and part-time regular employees, according to an email sent to Auburn staff and students on Monday.
Regan Moss talked with Judith White and Katherine Weathers about how popular ideas of what rape looks like hurts survivors who are trying to make sense of what happened to them.
Kelli Thompson and several participants of the Toomer's Corner sit-in continue to speak out against racism, assault and abortion bans 500 days after its original conception.
National Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of Hispanic peoples and culture that spans from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 in the United States.
Representatives from student organizations across the political spectrum gathered in Lowder Hall on Tuesday night to debate issues related to healthcare, immigration, infrastructure, climate change, education and marijuana legalization.
On Friday, Oct. 8, Auburn Univeristy unveiled three statues to honor legendary Auburn alumni Pat Dye, Ralph “Shug” Jordan and Cliff Hare.
Beginning in October, Auburn Univeristy will offer elderly and high risk individuals a third COVID shot a Pfizer booster shot to add another layer of protection against the evolving virus.
Auburn University released its Annual Security and Fire Safety Report on Oct. 1, a collection of reported crimes on the University’s campus in 2020.
To Joelle Woggerman, junior in biochemistry, the sexual assault Town Hall held Wednesday, Sept. 22 confirmed her worst fears: Auburn University does not care. In this Letter to the Editor, Woggerman expresses her disappointment in the administration and organizations present that were present at the meeting.
Lady Frances Hamilton, 2021 Miss Homecoming, reflects on her campaign, her crowning and moving forward with the Auburn Family.