Melissa Mitchell | Campus Writer
On Thursday afternoon, the Auburn community silently walked from the Shelby Concourse to the Green Space in honor of Yom HaShoah, the Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day.
On Sept. 15, 1963, 12-year-old Sarah Collins Rudolph and her 14-year-old sister, Addie Mae were sitting in the ladies lounge of the 16th Street Baptist Church when a loud boom sounded.
Geoffrey Williams is an Auburn University entomologist and one of 16 researchers to receive a $283,000 grant from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research’s Pollinator Health Fund.
According to the Alpha Gamma Delta headquarters, one in seven Americans struggles with hunger. Within the last year, the sorority’s national philanthropy switched from diabetes awareness back to their founding philanthropy; food insecurity.
One of the most beloved traditions on The Plains has been nominated for the title of USA Today's Best Sports Tradition.
Through Tiger Giving Day on last Wednesday, donors contributed approximately $470,000 divided among 31 projects.
For many fraternity brothers, though, living in a house at Auburn comes with many benefits for collegians involved in a Greek organization.
One of Tiger Dining’s most recent endeavors has been the construction of Panera Bread, located where the Mell Classroom Building and the rest of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library meet on the second floor.
The International Student Organization’s World’s Fair was an opportunity for global students to showcase unique aspects of their home countries.
With SGA elections in full swing, the hustle and bustle of Auburn’s campus are surrounded by concourse hours, wearing matching campaign T-shirts and promoting candidates.