Emery Lay | Lifestyle Writer
Students recount their experience with fasting from social media and an assistant psychology professor explains the effect of social media on our brains.
The communications coordinator at Embrace shares the meaning behind their discipleship bands, a faith-centered small group program, and explains how people can get involved.
The owners, Bo and Cindy Smith, share the tale of how the started Legacy Farms.
Kitty Frey, tai chi instructor, tells the ideas behind tai chi and her students explain how her classes have impacted them.
Professors explain if music is helpful or distracting for studying and a student tells how she uses music with studying.
The event was planned to showcase the work of Esteban Del Valle, an interdisciplinary artist working in New York, and his students from the contemporary mural art studio course.
Beginning this year, a group of male students decided to take to TikTok themselves. Tagged as “The Auburn Hype House,” the group now sits at approximately 65,000 followers on the social media platform.
In addition to his work in science, Bird has been brewing beer for over 45 years, since he was 20 years old.
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.
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.