Emmy Leberte | News Writer
This week SGA met for the first time this semester to begin setting a plan for the new year.
This week Auburn University is hosting its annual week long event to welcome new and returning students back to campus. Welcome Week has a series of events that take place all week long hosted by various businesses, clubs and organizations on campus.
Being in a Sorority never hit my radar, even though Legally Blonde the movie and musical are in my top favorite, and now I am one of the few girls at Auburn University who isn’t apart of the Greek life. Going in to my freshman year I could’ve gone through the rush process to just try it out, but there was no way I was about to prove my worth to girls I’ve never met before, it sounded like a nightmare.
The Auburn University Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association (SCVAMA) will be hosting its second annual Trails & Tails 5k. The 5k will take place Saturday, August 20th at 7a.m.
The Dean Road Kroger recently expanded by more than 29,000 square feet.
Welcome back students of Auburn University! It is that time again to celebrate the joy of reuniting with your best friends, football season, the free pizza they seem to always be handing out on the Quad and the beautiful colors of orange and blue.
Auburn students and local residents help maintain the garden to be able to give back to their community.
“Headed for Home” tells the story of a boy named Speedy.
The American alligator was placed on the endangered species list in 1967.
“With that being said, the most important lesson I learned and that I want everyone to know is that individuals with disabilities can and do make a difference in others lives, in their communities and in our society.”