Auburn students and professors share stories of how they met their significant other.
In addition to his work in science, Bird has been brewing beer for over 45 years, since he was 20 years old.
After hearing from his coach that another fencer from Georgia would be attending Auburn, Armistead said he decided to reach out to Jay Parcelewicz, freshman in pre-business, about creating a new organization.
Sunel and Sonia Merchant are the owners of Philly Connection. According to their son, Sunny Merchant, they have been serving the Auburn community for several years.
If you happen to take a stroll through downtown Auburn, you might come across a mural displaying an image of two tigers and two eagles together. This mural, alongside many others, was created by R.C. Hagans, a street artist who has completed many pieces outside of his work in Auburn.
Known for her work on the ABC comedy "Black-ish" and the Freeform show "Grown-ish," along with activist work, Shahidi's career began many years ago when she starred in her first commercial at age 6.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke to members of the Opelika Rotary Club as they gathered for their weekly meeting on Tuesday and welcomed the Selma native to east Alabama.
A family-owned nonprofit located on the corner of Moores Mill Road at Hamilton Place, One Bike Coffee is just a quick 10– minute drive from campus.
How one woman fused her culture with her culinary skills to bring La Plaza, a Mexican supermarket and taqueria, to the Plains.
“My favorite aspect about making custom cakes is having the ability to be a part of a customer’s special event and working with the client to tailor a cake that fits their style perfectly,” she said.
White settlers started to migrate to the area in 1830, but the town was not officially chartered until 1854. At this point in history, railroad tracks were being placed throughout the nation, and Opelika worked to build a connection from their location to the rest of the world.
O’Neal El said after years of her and her family traveling around to see different comedy clubs, they wanted to set up a club closer to home.
“When this space opened in downtown Auburn, we felt like it was a gift from God,” Dykes said.
Jo was born in South Korea, but has since lived in Canada and all over the U.S. His experiences in different parts of the world grew his desire to create a space for different types of people to gather and feel welcome, he said.
Saturday afternoons on the Plains are a time when college students get to show how trendy they truly are. And in the South, tailgating fashion matters.
“There’s many different fabrics, colors and patterns scrunchies come in, which makes it easy to wear at all occasions,” Brewer said “I definitely think scrunchies are on the comeback because they have the vintage look mixed with modern styles and patterns.”
Pepper Martin said she and her thousands of friends and followers have created a place where women of all sizes can come to find fashion inspiration and leave with a better sense of themselves.
Emily Fayard, an Auburn Alumna, originally went to college in her hometown in Atmore, Alabama, to stay close to her tribe: the Mvskoke people, also known as the Creek people, she said.