Paul Brock | Campus Writer
When you come to college for the first time, you will probably have to accept more responsibility than ever before and for the first time, have complete charge over many aspects of your life.
Freeze Yogurt Bar is scheduled to open June 1 in downtown Auburn. The new store is located next to Big Blue Bagel and Deli in the location that used to be A Boho Boutique.
Auburn residents had the opportunity to dine in the street on May 10, 2018 at 6 p.m. on Tichenor Avenue at the first Downtown Family Supper.
The Auburn area has its fair share of Italian restaurants competing for the Best Italian Choice, but with its authentic Italian and fresh pasta, Fratelli’s has earned this year’s choice.
Since its founding in 2013, Acre has won numerous awards for its locally grown meals and is a popular dining place for dinners and lunch, but everyone is aware of how scrumptious its Sunday brunches are.
On May 5 at 10 a.m., Auburn University held the Spring Commencement Ceremony for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering for both undergraduates and graduates in the Auburn Arena.
For the members of The Brook & The Bluff, playing in a full-time band has been a life-long dream and passion.
Open for all students to observe, the annual Great Debate commenced between the College of Democrats, the College of Republicans and Young Americans for Liberty. The debate was held Wednesday evening in the Mell Classroom Building from 7:30–9 p.m.
Since the fall of 2017, teams of Auburn faculty and students have been developing research projects in the hope of receiving grant money from Auburn’s LAUNCH program.
Auburn University has numerous offices and organizations ready and willing to help students with everything from interviews to papers. However, not many students are aware that there is a place they can go for a problem that almost everyone has to face: conflict.