Jillian Minor | Campus Writer
University Program Council hosted Tigerfest, a campus-wide music festival, all day Saturday, Aug. 21, featuring local and national acts across several different genres.
Baseball fans have long lined the ledge of the Stadium Parking Deck’s top floor to watch the Auburn baseball team play at each home game above the stands of Plainsman Park.
Students enrolled in the Introduction to Biosystems Engineering class at the University are creating music exploration exhibits to be displayed by AO Discover!, a local nonprofit based in Auburn.
Auburn will host 14 in-person Camp War Eagle sessions capped at 325 people based on a first-come, first-served model and four virtual sessions limited to about 150 people.
In the 49 years that he has been involved with journalism, Carvalho has allowed his passion to be the main driver for his work, which is something that he tries to pass onto his students.
Cater Hall initiated change in equity for women on Auburn's campus after a 1971 'sleep-in' protest challenged the University's rules on conduct and etiquette for female students.
Auburn's enrollment dip is only expected to lose the University $2.5 million in tuition revenue. Kelli Shomaker, chief financial officer, said this “reaffirms that the University is still an institution of choice in Alabama and beyond.”
Choral students attended face-to-face class for the first time this year after the music department purchased each student a vocal performance mask, allowing them to fully move their mouths to sing.
The Harrison School of Pharmacy raised $11,665 to give care packages to elderly residents in assisted living facilities in Lee County which include essential supplies the facilities are short on.
The McWhorter School of Building Science is creating a digital history of Bloody Sunday using Light Detection and Ranging Scanners and historical information to create models of the historical site.