Stephen Lanzi | Campus Editor
For the first time in the history of Miss Homecoming, the voter turnout exceeded 10,000. This year also set the record for percentage of eligible voters who cast a ballot.
Auburn Parking Services has partnered with Zipcar to provide two short-term rental cars that can be used for hours at a time.
Flunch is an SGA initiative that allows students to ask professors, administrators or other faculty and staff to a free lunch, paid for by the University, to foster more personal relationships.
Voting for Miss Homecoming is open today. Here is a rundown of the candidates and their platforms.
The Critical Conversations Speaker Series is returning for a third year on Nov. 7 with Harvard assistant professor and author Anthony Jack who will speak about low-income college students.
Peyton Parra, president of IMPACT, said there won’t be any changes to the sites this semester, but there was a lot of work she and the rest of the executive team put in to making adjustments over the summer.
Auburn is doling out the two largest individual payouts for out-of-conference games in the entire country.
YouTube stars and stand-up comedians Cody Ko and Noel Miller will be coming to campus for UPC's Fall Comedian staple event.
After the traditional callouts on Cater Lawn were cancelled due to weather concerns, Miss Homecoming Top 20 was announced electronically.
Auburn was ranked the No. 1 college or university in student happiness, but that’s not the entire story. The Princeton Review’s annual rankings also had Auburn at No. 5 in LGBT-unfriendly and No. 9 in little class/race interaction, indicating to student leaders that a cultural shift is needed on campus.