Kara Mautz | Lifestyle Writer
A new student organization was started to create more discussion on gender issues and feminism. The two founders of Feminists at Auburn explain the mission behind their club and what they have to offer.
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"Midtown: Live After Five" is a monthly event where bodegas, vendors, pop-up shops and food trucks come together to be part of Auburn's nightlife. This Thursday, March 25, was the second hosting of this event with the next one returning in April.
Abby Williamson, junior in apparel merchandising, tells what early 2000s trends she has noticed back in style and why this past decade's fashion maybe coming back.
Scott Simpson, executive chef and co-owner of The Depot, tells about the special menu items for the restaurant's anniversary and reflects back on The Depot’s five years of business.
Wesley's student body president explains how they have changed their services to fit with COVID-19 regulations.
Some graduate students in the Master's of Accountancy Program said the pandemic has affected their career plan.
Cleveland works part time as a community assistant at 160 Ross, assisting residents with leasing, packages and other concerns. He said he has noticed a decrease in the amount of people living at 160 Ross since the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Compton, chef de cuisine at Acre, was selected as one of eight chefs to compete on the Vegas Chef Prizefight, a series that will premiere on the Food Network on March 5.
Each year, the Auburn University Marching Band focuses on a specific theme for their halftime performance. This past season, the theme centered around “Strike Up the Band,” lyrics from the Auburn fight song, “War Eagle.”