Auburn University is planning what will largely be a return to normal operations for the fall 2021 semester, according to a campus-wide email sent on Wednesday morning.
Students gathered in support of survivors of sexual assault on Thursday at ‘Take Back the Night,’ an awareness event put on by the Office of Inclusion and Diversity and Rape Counselors of East Alabama.
Auburn University is dedicating a Village residence hall to Bessie Mae Holloway. Holloway is a Black trailblazer as the first African-American to serve on the Board of Trustees and the second woman to serve on the board. Formerly Tiger Residence Hall will be renamed as Holloway Residence Hall in her honor.
The increase in the student services fee will fund two new mental health staff members and help fund the new fleet of transit buses.
The Alabama Senate confirmed Tim Vines to the Auburn University Board of Trustees on Thursday to complete Lloyd Austin's seven-year term after a unanimous vote.
Mary Alex Frishman, junior in communication, and her team had the strange and elusive job of trying to somehow capture and preserve the Auburn experience of 2020 — a year that was defined by its despair, passion and uncertainty — into the books packed along the wall behind her. In her role as the editor-in-chief of The Glomerata, Frishman had several months to design and then delegate this past year’s edition. She and her managing editor, Meaghan Davis, senior in exercise science, took over in March of 2020 and had to figure out how to describe a campus without any students on it.
The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property — a group opposed to same-sex marriage — held a rally at Toomer's Corner on Tuesday. The group's protest was met with approving honks from drivers and a group of LGBTQ-supporting counter protestors.
The Gogue Performing Arts Center is returning to an in-person format for concerts beginning April 18 after a suspension in March 2020 because of the pandemic.
ISO combined its annual International Peace Dinner and the World’s Fair for one event from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. outside the Melton Student Center.
Joe Durham, a Georgia lawyer and avid fisherman, advocated on behalf of Auburn's bass fishing team following the announcement of their year-long suspension.