Elizabeth Hurley | Community Editor

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A country united: Looking back on how Auburn faced 9/11

In photographs taken by The Plainsman on Sept. 11, 2001, the fear from that day is evident. One student pressed his hands against his face, another bit his nails. They stared at the screen and watched the World Trade Center billow with smoke and eventually fall in flames.


West Magnolia Avenue getting new look

The development planned for the area consists of a 719-bed student housing complex which sits above ground-level retail spaces that run along West Magnolia Avenue.  


Last Call

“A lot of good memories and a lot of good people that have been on this journey with us,” said Chris Godbold, co-owner and co-founder of Quixotes, commonly known to students as Qs.  


Gogue Performing Arts Center set to boost economy

The city has invested $1.5 million in the construction of the facility, with an additional $50,000 each year for the next three years allocated for the center to provide funding for programming, said City Manager Jim Buston.  


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