Rowland Sauls | Staff Writer
“Lynching’s purpose was to strike terror. Lynching was political.”
During the Auburn Global orientation for international students, students representing cultures from all over the world came together as new Auburn tigers. On Aug.
On Saturday, August 14 the Public Works Charity Riders and the Lee County Humane society came together in a joint effort to hold the fifth annual Hogs for Dogs event.
This fall's on campus dining options will include seven food trucks and a hot dog cart. These trucks will be on a rotation in four locations on campus during the fall semester.
A high visibility traffic safety campaign in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina led to a decrease in Alabama deaths.
A rare form of mad cow disease was found in Alabama in an 11-year-old cow during a routine screening at a livestock market.
For one specific group of students, summer is the most demanding semester they have had in school so far.