Auburn students have spoken out and provided their personal opinions regarding where social media falls on the mental health spectrum—from negative to positive and in between.
Four-legged friends and families in the Auburn community gather to celebrate responsible dog ownership at Bark in the Park. This event is welcoming, free-of-charge and held at Kiesel Park, hosted by Auburn Parks and Recreation and The Lee County Humane Society.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum is hosting free hour-long self-care events on Saturday mornings throughout March and April for members of the Auburn community.
The Kreher Preserve and Nature Center brings Auburn's youth a St. Patrick's Day treat.
The Women's Hope Medical Clinic is a resource which provides free medical services for all men and women in the Auburn community.
The Auburn Gymnastys get the crowd excited to cheer on our Auburn gymnasts with body paint and fun cheers.
Auburn Oil Co. Booksellers offers Page Pairings: an event to try new wines and find a new book.