Hannah Fuqua | Intrigue Writer
The American Cancer Society is hosting the Black-Out Cancer Party from 6-9 p.m. at the War Eagle Supper Club to “black out” cancer. Attendees are asked to wear black and proceeds will go toward future Relay for Life projects.
Andrews Rains, senior in marketing, said his history in motorsports began when he was a freshman. He said he and his father bought an old Italian race car, and he joined the Auburn University Formula SAE Racing Team, a club team in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering where students build race cars.
The Denson Drive Recreation Center in Opelika is home to many different activities for local citizens, including a pottery studio which has had its wheel spinning and kiln firing since February in preparation for the a pre-sale for the Empty Bowls Event on Feb. 13 benefitting the East Alabama Food Bank.
“Puttin’ on the Hits," a show by Auburn University’s theatre department opens Thursday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. and will run until Friday, Oct. 30 with a matinee showing Sunday, Oct. 24 at 2:30 p.m.
The Auburn University Program Council hosted Painting on the Plains in the Eagle's Nest of Haley Center Tuesday night, Oct. 13 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Painters looked at the football stadium while they recreated an image of Toomer’s Corner.
During the summer, 16 students spent five weeks in Rome, Italy on an art history study abroad trip. Their work will be displayed Wednesday, Oct. 14-Friday, Oct. 23 at Fieldwork Projects, a new extension of the department of art and art history, next to Mama Mocha’s Coffee Emporium and Roasters.
Imagine having a seven-figure startup company before graduating college. That’s what Cole Kinchler, senior in supply chain management, Jacob Wright, senior in finance and Sharan Kalva, senior in industrial and systems engineering have accomplished in their time at Auburn.
The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center will host its annual event, Oktoberfest, on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 4-9 p.m.
More than 6,000 children are currently in foster care in Alabama.Foster families receive a stipend equal to less than $14 per day per child. Micah Melnick and her husband, Blake Melnick, who received his Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from Auburn, are working to help these families through their organization, BigHouse Foundation.
On Saturday, Sept. 19 Donald E. Davis Arboretum hosted Auburn Pagan Pride Day sponsored by the Church of the Spiral Tree. The event lasted from 10 a.m.