Last week, the Permaculture Tigers invited students to learn more about permaculture as they planned the university's first sensory garden.
On Nov. 9, former Department of Housing and Urban Development secretary and presidential candidate Ben Carson spoke to the Auburn community. He discussed a variety of contentious issues from vaccines to the United States' southern border.
Last year, Auburn Outdoors expanded their bike shop, which provides free repairs, across campus. Now, students can visit the mobile bike shop, which appears at various on-campus locations several times per semester.
Here are some tips to improve etiquette when interacting with students who deal with mental health struggles, compiled following conversations with two leaders from Auburn University's Active Minds chapter. We need to break stigmas and cultivate empathetic environments when considering the topic of mental health.
On the evening of Nov. 7, Catherine Coleman Flowers, one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2023 and Vice Chair of the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council, spoke with Auburn students and faculty on the importance of speaking up and acknowledging injustice across the country.
Between the thwacks of paddles and balls booms a community of Auburn students who found a connection in a time of uncertainty. Once just a way to pass the time as a study break, pickleball has become one of the fastest-growing sports in the US, with Auburn students joining in on its popularity.
Auburn's UPC held a screening of "Barbie," the number one movie of the year Nov. 2. In addition to the screening, students dressed in pink, enjoyed Barbie-themed food and took photos in a life-sized Barbie box.
After 50 years teaching on the Plains, Dr. Randall Clark was celebrated during the Auburn versus Ole Miss Game. He reflected on his favorite moments throughout his well-established career.
Miraculous: how Matt Kearley uses sincerity and passion to create an environment of positivity in his classesBy Tucker Massey | Content Editor | October 30
After teaching at Auburn University for over 20 years, Matt Kearley has strived to create a classroom environment centered around positivity, compassion and understanding. This environment has made his general non-major biology courses something that students enjoy attending, a feat that many might consider miraculous.
On Saturday, Oct. 21, during halftime of the Auburn and Ole Miss football game, the Auburn University Marching Band lit up the field in tribute to the heavy metal band Metallica.
Fighting against limited access to academic research, Auburn University librarians hosted International Open Access Week on campus. One librarian described the movement as the goal of libraries: to give people "access to the information they need."
Students at Auburn University face a lot of obstacles during their pursuit of higher education, with many questioning their way of life and spirituality. On their journey to finding a way within their religion, some have found themselves at the doorsteps of the Southern Plains Cowboy Church.
On Oct. 7, Hamas – a terrorist group based in the Gaza Strip – launched an assault that took the lives of hundreds of Israelis. Members of Auburn's Jewish community and people with ties to Israel are now speaking out on the attacks and how they have impacted them.
One of Auburn's raptors, Independence, recently made a surprise appearance at a Philadelphia Eagles game. The Auburn University Raptor Center was behind this and the well-known pregame flights.
White Cane Day traveled to Auburn University for its 11th annual walk to raise awareness for those who are visually impaired in the Auburn community and across Alabama.