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2013 was an eventful year at Auburn University. Below are the top Featured Stories, Take 5 profiles and Wire Eagle news releases that our readers clicked on this year. Here's to more interesting stories and features in 2014. War Eagle!
Mary Elizabeth, Sarah, Will and Caitlin Haynes came to Auburn University together and they left it together.
The American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation awarded Dr. Bruce Smith a two-year grant to test a new therapy for treating bone cancer.
The new residence hall sits in the heart of the athletic complex and just across from the new Recreation and Wellness Center.
Food trucks have become a familiar sight around the country and have emerged as popular dining options for those on Auburn University's campus.
Access to a healthier lifestyle became a lot easier for Auburn students and employees with the new 240,000-square-foot Recreation and Wellness Center.
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The Auburn University College of Business is now known as the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business – a move made possible by a $40 million commitment from 1982 alumnus Raymond J. Harbert.
Although rivals on the athletic field, students from Auburn University and the University of Missouri are working together to help save tigers in the wild through a conservation program called the National Tigers for Tigers Coalition.
Online graduate programs in Auburn University's College of Education, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and College of Business are listed in the top 10 of the U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 Best Online Education Programs rankings.
The Auburn University Marching Band received a $1 million donation from supporter Meredith Birchfield.
Last Updated: Dec. 11, 2013