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.
Some of Auburn's international students give their viewpoints on the pandemic, the death of George Floyd and the 2020 election.
The International Dinner Club emerged in response to few culturally rich dining options around Auburn, growing into a way for members to gather and share meals with worldwide dishes.
Through Auburn University's Korea Corner, grade school students are able to register to learn Korean language and culture either in the spring or fall semester, and there is no tuition.
Students share why they thrift shop and how they got started.
A meteorologist tells the best viewing times for the Harvest Moon and why it occurs, while members of the Church of the Spiral Tree explain the pagan significance of full moons.
While many Auburn traditions are shared between the different generations of students, a lot has changed for the average 20-year-old as well.
It's hard to find love these days. Here's some stories of people who did.
Since Auburn University opened its male-only doors to women in 1892, many students—men and women alike—have tirelessly pursued the idea that they must fall in love and be engaged by spring of senior year at Auburn.
Having safe spaces on campus or in the community can be an area for advocacy and education that is open to all members of the community, Spectrum Advocacy Chair Raven Le’nard said.
Humans of Auburn aims to bring awareness to diversity in the community.
The difference between Auburn and home can be significant for the over 800 students Auburn Global welcomes to campus each semester from more than 150 countries.