Mikayla Burns | Campus Writer
The 2017-2018 theater season starts off with a bang as it pays tribute to women authors and choreographers this season for the celebratory 125 Years of Auburn Women. Demonstrating the strength of women is crucial to Auburn Theater this season. The first work of the season, Antigone will run from Sept.
The Auburn Family will be marathoning classic holiday movies this December. Auburn Parks and Recreation will be putting on the holiday movie marathon with the help of the Donald E.
The Jule Collins Museum of Art is putting on an event titled “Community Night: A Celebration of Diversity.” There, the Auburn Family will come together will different cultures and learn and celebrate everyone.
When Ann Finlen moved to Auburn from Birmingham, she worried she wouldn’t be able to find much to do in her new city, but today, Finlen’s calendar is constantly full thanks to Best Buddies at Auburn.
No changes will come to the University’s beloved Au Bon Pain after the company was bought by Panera.
Trevor Turner, the master electrician for the 2017-2018 season production of “A Civil War Christmas,” took The Plainsman on a walk through how a show is brought together.
Rheta Grimsley Johnson planned her entire Auburn career her junior year of high school, confident she would be the next female editor-in-chief.
East Alabama Food Bank and the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities are teaming up to bring musician Glen David Andrews to The Plains in Music on the Hill.
Molly Welch looked down at her recorder, going over an interview she’d conducted a few days before, not realizing the life journey that small distraction would send her on.
Sarah Smyth does not consider herself a fashion icon, but her company, Raw and Rebellious, is setting trends left and right in the South.