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Katherine Sierra, an Auburn University master’s student in food science, has won multiple awards that hinge on her public speaking ability, including a third-place award for her poster presentation at the 2023 Student Research Symposium.


It’s peak dinner hours at 1856 — Culinary Residence as guests arrive with anticipation at the hostess stand. A cheerful, young Auburn University College of Human Sciences student confirms their reservation and gracefully shows them to their table. Soon the four-person party will settle in for a rooftop garden-to-table tasting menu designed by Chef-in-Residence Chef Ford Fry, each course expertly paired with wine chosen by Master Sommelier Thomas Price.


Tori Bowie was known for her athletic prowess on the track. She captured three medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, including a gold medal as the anchor of the women’s 4 x 100-meter relay team.


Auburn University junior Alicja Siek recently followed the same advice she would give to any other fellow student.


Rob Wellbaum has been promoted to Auburn University’s senior vice president for Advancement, President Christopher B. Roberts announced today.


Auburn University’s football players won’t be the only students whose expertise is on display in the heat this Saturday.


The “mighty” life and legacy of famed Auburn University football coach Pat Dye is living on through a documentary that will be showcased in September to benefit current and future Auburn students in a field near and dear to Dye’s heart.


The Auburn University Board of Trustees took a number of steps at its Aug. 25 meeting to create new student housing and update current housing.


Auburn University’s Board of Trustees once again showed a major investment in university employees when the board accepted its largest operating budget to date — $1.715 billion — for fiscal year 2024 at its Aug. 25 meeting.


Charity Lawson knows a thing or two about people. And she has the degree to prove it.


Protecting the public from hazards is in Susan McCallister’s blood.


You can’t miss him. A crown of long red hair and the stomp of his cowboy boots are a tell-tale sign that someone fun is coming down the hall at the Auburn University Recreation and Wellness Center. Eric Smith, executive director of Recreation and Wellness, is as gregarious as he looks and possesses the unique combo of leadership and openness Auburn students need. His goal: take care of students and empower them to take responsibility for themselves and their communities.


If you find Alex Hedgepath at Toomer’s Corner, chances are he’s not there for the rolling of the oaks but for something just as important – the health of the trees.


Don’t be alarmed when you hear a sudden roar of high pitched screaming and cheering later today. That’s the elated crescendo of 1,735 young women who make up the newest members of the Panhellenic Council at Auburn University. After opening their Bid Day letters telling them which sorority mutually selected them, they’ll make the 100-yard dash from the Neville Arena to the Village Residence Halls into the open arms of their new sisterhood. 


For the first time in several years, the famed Auburn Oaks at Toomer’s Corner are again ready to roll.


Through a guarded fence in Athens, Greece, nurse Allie Loehr gazes on a maze of shipping containers and the diverse faces of refugees from Ukraine, Iran, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Afghanistan among others.


A new Auburn University-designed course to assist faculty in implementing artificial intelligence (AI) into the classroom has been adopted by the Southeastern Conference (SEC) for use at its 14 institutions.


As 18-year-old Mariannah Harding straightened her master’s regalia on Samford Lawn, she reflected on the time she spent in Auburn University’s most iconic building.


Caroline Mathews Campbell, a 2017 Auburn University graduate, stands in the newly built “2023 Ideal Home” in the Grantham neighborhood in Montgomery, Alabama. A design consultant for Montgomery Homebuilders Association, she was a part of the process from the floor plans to the finishes and worked closely with the builders to create the home showcasing new trends in luxury home building. With the construction finished, Campbell’s next step was to stage the home for showing — and she knew just who to call.