Cory Blackmon | Staff Writer
City Council shows appreciation in first meeting since death of officer, announces Green Dot training
Council members spoke about the strength of the community following the death of an officer in the line of duty, and the mayor announced the council will go through a Green Dot training with the University.
If you are looking for a way to get your family out and about right now then the Auburn Parks and Rec Department has just the thing for you.
“Fortnite is totally better than PUBG.” A sentence you may have heard someone say confidently over the last few weeks.
A career fair could be one of the most important events in your life that you can attend. It is a place to network with people and businesses that work in the same field as you and there is the potential to meet future employers. That being said it can be a daunting task if you have never been to a career fair before or don’t have experience with similar events.
Project Uplift, ever heard of it? You may have seen posters around campus or maybe you even know someone who is a part of the program but many of you, like myself, might not have ever heard of this long-standing Auburn Program before. I sat down with Chris Nunn, The Project Uplift Coordinator, who told me about the program.
The Opelika Parks and Recreation Department hosted its second annual drive-in movie, where community memebrs ages 4-7 were invited to create cars and watch“Ferdinand."
June 8, 2018, Toomer’s Corner is flooded with people, music, and all types of art.