The third annual Auburn Food and Wine Festival is a perfect date night for those 21 and older to sample Auburn’s favorite restaurants and try different alcoholic beverages.
In the fight to end food insecurity, Beat Bama Food Drive hosted a two-week-long food drive competing against other SEC schools from March 31 to April 13.
Friday, April 14th, Auburn University's CADS-AMDA Fashion Event will be held in the Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum. The showcase will include designs from Auburn students and runway walks from Auburn models.
All the best for much less! That’s what Thrifty Lizard is all about and why the store was selected as Auburn students' favorite thrift shop in Auburn.
The votes are in, and Behind The Glass has been named best boutique for 2023 Plainsman's Choice.
Spring brings the season of sorority and fraternity formals. As everyone gets their dresses and heels prepped, here are some tips to have the most fun at formal.
Opelika Grows is a community garden that seeks to support the Auburn and Opelika area, providing fairly-priced fresh produce and job opportunities for local farmers.
The votes are in: Midnights Taylor Swift Night was the best bar event.
While Samford Lawn is experienced differently by everyone who visits, the charming atmosphere led students to love it not only as the perfect date spot, but also as a place that reminds them of their love for Auburn.
The votes are in: Whataburger has won Best Late Night Food for Plainsman's Choice this year.
Winning Plainsman's Choice for the second year in a row, Well Red is a coffee shop considered to be an Auburn staple.
Bitty & Beau's is a chain of coffee shops begun by Ben and Amy Wright where almost every employee at every location has a disability. The Auburn location of Bitty & Beau's was opened by Guy and Beverly May on Aug. 20, 2022, and has had a remarkably uplifting impact on the Auburn community.
Here's everything you need to know about Camp ASCCA, a Lake Martin-based summer camp for children with disabilities, and how to get in on the fun.
For all the shopping queens and kings, downtown Auburn is hosting an event entitled Sip & Shop. Sip & Shop gives shoppers the opportunity to enjoy discounts in all of Auburn’s downtown boutiques and stores while treating themselves with free sips and snacks.
Auburn is home to the nation's 29th largest collection of unrepatriated Native American remains. However, through the work of Michael Walters, Auburn's current coordinator for the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act, these remains will hopefully be a thing of the past.
Need a new show? Here's what students are binge watching this spring.