Emma Kirkemier | Campus Reporter
Students gathered in support of survivors of sexual assault on Thursday at ‘Take Back the Night,’ an awareness event put on by the Office of Inclusion and Diversity and Rape Counselors of East Alabama.
The Gogue Performing Arts Center is returning to an in-person format for concerts beginning April 18 after a suspension in March 2020 because of the pandemic.
El Dorado has been chosen as The Plainsman's Choice for Mexican Restaurant of the Year for the third time.
Auburn University substituted the typical spring break this year with three "wellness days" to reduce COVID transmission. Students are spending theirs mostly completing classwork or at their jobs.
Students can expect several new updates to dining throughout 2021, such as a late-night food truck this semester, revised meal plans next academic year and most notably The Edge at Central Dining hall in the fall.
Eight orange chimes with attached mallets will be installed along the sidewalk of the Gogue Performing Arts Center after donors raised $12,965 on Tiger Giving Day.
With the slew of job applications, networking and resume-building students are expected to do, one helpful tool is a personal website, which professors say can be powerful tools for young professionals.
The Auburn Family raised $31,240 for the NPHC Legacy Plaza on Tiger Giving Day which is set to be finished by October.
Auburn University's Special Collections and Archives is seeking to restore and preserve hundreds of videotapes in its possession before their contents degrade.
Mayor Ron Anders of Auburn, Mayor Leigh Dollar of Guntersville and Mayor Tommy Battle of Huntsville answered student questions about life and local government.