After occupying the same downtown Auburn location since 1969, Campus Barber Shop will be moving to its new location at University Crossing Shopping Center on East University Drive by the first week of December.
On Friday, Auburn Spectrum held a vigil at the Auburn University Memorial Garden to recognize the Trans Day of Remembrance in memory of those who lost their lives in the past year to bigotry and gender-based violence.
On Wednesday night, Mayor Ron Anders delivered remarks about Auburn's accomplishments over the last year.
On Tuesday, the Auburn City Council approved the installation of air conditioning units at the Brown Recreation Center and the Boykin Community Center gymnasiums. The Council also approved the purchase 624 96-gallon garbage carts and 624 96-gallon recycling carts.
After the closing statements, the eight-person jury determined that Stern had proved one of his claims outlined in his lawsuit against former Dean Aistrup but failed to prove his claims against former Provosts Tim Boosinger and Bill Hardgrave.
On Nov. 11, the Board of Trustees held a meeting in which they approved several facilities-related measures, as well as several research and outreach efforts.
A trial five years in the making began Monday between Auburn University economics professor Michael Stern and five former University officials. This article will provide live updates to the ongoing trial, which The Plainsman will continue to cover until its conclusion.
In a Tuesday morning press conference, Auburn introduced John Cohen, its new director of athletics.
On Nov. 5, Lee County officials recognized the Day of Remembrance in honor of victims of racial terror lynchings.
Wednesday afternoon, Auburn’s Latinx Student Alliance and University Program Council partnered to host a celebration of Día de Los Muertos on the campus green.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Alabamians will head to the polls to decide 10 proposed amendments. Here's a guide to what each amendment means and what yes and no votes will decide.
A trial five years in the making began Monday between Auburn University economics professor Michael Stern and five former University officials: former President Jay Gogue and Steven Leath, former Provost William Hardgrave and Timothy Boosinger and former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Joseph Aistrup.
This November, three key prominent elections are taking place in Alabama.
Despite the threat of rain, Opelika First Baptist Church held its second-annual Fall Festival Sunday on the square south of downtown to join locals in fellowship and to profess the word of God through food trucks and bouncy houses.