The Auburn tradition of rolling Toomer's Corner is more than just toilet paper in trees; it's a special moment that brings Auburn fans together for every Auburn win.
Dimensions Hair Salon was voted as the Best Place to Get a Haircut in Auburn in 2023's Plainsman's Choice awards. Dimensions is located in the heart of downtown Auburn and draws many students and member of the community.
In a town like Auburn, bars and restaurants know that wings are paramount to a good game day experience. After nearly 300 votes from the community, Baumhower’s Victory Grill has won Plainsman’s choice for best wings for the second year in a row.
In 2023's Plainsman's Choice, Foosackly's was voted as having the Best Chicken Fingers in the Auburn-Opelika area.
Nearly two years after the Auburn City Council approved the commercial development agreement, Buc-ee's officially opened its fourth location in Alabama this morning. The Auburn location is located off Interstate 85 at 2500 Buc-ee's Blvd.
Auburn Speaks, Auburn University's biannual public speaking competition, took place on the evening of April 6. Melinda Walker, senior in psychology, won the Philip Lutzenkirken Excellence in Public Speaking Award through a speech that put cussing in a positive light.
The Lee County Remembrance Project was founded in an effort to remember victims of racial terror lynchings who were largely forgotten over time.
Low-income families, individuals and college students alike have had to deal with the issue of finding affordable housing in Auburn.
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.
In November, Aniah's Law passed with overwhelming support. However, many may be wondering if Alabama has seen any effects on public safety since the law's enactment. Rep. Chip Brown said that the law has been used and has been used in good faith.
The United Campus Workers student workers' union has been active at Auburn for almost four years. However, its uses have been limited throughout the years as student workers have not been made aware of the group and its services. Now, they are hoping to change that.
Started in 2017, Vet Set Go offers middle school students the opportunity to attend Auburn Universityu2019s College of Veterinary Medicine Junior Vet Camp. This year is no exception, with 45 students having the ability to earn the opportunity to get a free head start on their veterinary education through the group's essay contest.
Breanna Thrasher, junior in equine science, was left paralyzed from the waist down when she was eight-years-old. Now, she is speaking out on the lack of accessibility at Auburn and how this issue has effected her time here.
Emmett Belcher, a kindergartner at Cary Woods Elementary School, was born with a rare genetic brain malformation. After dealing with intractable epilepsy and having a crucial operation, he is hoping to win an adaptive bike so that he can enjoy the outdoors and be active with his family.
In an Auburn Campus Safety notice that was sent out earlier today, students were informed of the possible drugging of four females that took place on Friday evening, March 17.
On Tuesday's meeting, the Auburn City Council members approved a resolution to authorize traffic calming devices and opened back up the applications for the vacancies of an East Alabama Board.
Previously closed because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Game Room features state-of-the-art equipment, lounges for spectators to relax and access to hundreds of games. The room is open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily and offers 40 gaming computers and the full spectrum of major gaming consoles.