On Monday, Oct. 16, a special anniversary edition will hit the racks. The purpose of this print edition is not only to celebrate a milestone, it is to honor the legacy of delivering dependable, local news to both our campus and community -- a legacy that has been handed down to us through the years.
Kristen Carr | Editor-in-Chief
Kristen is a senior majoring in journalism with a minor in business. She has been with The Plainsman since her freshman year serving as a sports writer, podcast editor and host, and most recently, operations managing editor. Carr is currently the editor in chief of The Auburn Plainsman.
Gov. Kay Ivey released a statement this morning responding to two recent letters received in the state from the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF).
Worship in Neville Arena wasn't the only thing that happened Tuesday night. Towards the end of the service, Jennie Allen, one of the main speakers for the event, ran on stage announcing students had come forward asking to be baptized.
Auburn Police Department has arrested 22-year-old D'Andre Frederick in connection with the assault that occurred in the 700 block of West Magnolia Drive. Frederick is held on a $25,000 bond.
On Aug. 8, Auburn University announced the closing of Cambridge Hall due to a water intrusion during a recent storm. Students prepared to move into the dorm are now left without housing and must search to find living arrangements elsewhere.
After the poisoned oaks were ceremonially removed on April 23, 2013 Auburn fans have made the most of the legendary corner, as any tree in the area receives a generous shower of white after each big win. Now, 10 years later, no substitutions are needed.
Wilson LaMar Hill Jr., 20, a resident of Auburn, was arrested and charged with four counts of reckless murder after the Dadeville shooting.
The Auburn police have asked the Auburn community to avoid the Wright St. area behind SkyBar as they are actively investigating the scene. They were notified at 10 a.m. Friday morning and arrived on the scene after.
Will Herring grew up an Auburn fan, even though neither of his parents went to the university. Not in his wildest dreams did he think he would get the opportunity to be a part of it all.