Auburn ag students hosted Texas A&M peers

Auburn ag students hosted Texas A&M peers

By Taylor Edwards Friday Nov. 11, before the Auburn vs. Texas A&M football game, Ag Council and Ag Peer Mentors hosted a tailgate for members of Texas A&M’s COALS council and College of Agriculture students. The COALS council made the trip to Auburn to engage...
5 Letters 5 Facts: PECAN

5 Letters 5 Facts: PECAN

Five Fun Facts about the Pecan Industry in Alabama By Vanna Dupree Did you know the pecan is a type of hickory native to the South? The tree is cultivated for its seeds primarily in places such as Georgia, New Mexico, and even Alabama. Pecans are used in many...
The buzz about bees

The buzz about bees

By Brian Wesley The honeybee – one of humanity’s most indispensable partners in the animal kingdom. It might be easy to take bees for granted (especially if you’ve been stung by one of them recently), but these small black and yellow workers play a vital role in...
5 Letters, 5 Facts: GOURD

5 Letters, 5 Facts: GOURD

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice By Vanna Dupree Fall is upon us. The wonderful season where the Southern sun begins to shy away, and the rays from the sun become more tolerable. Once late September sneaks in, everyone is eager for the activities fall brings. And...
Alumni return for student-for-a-day experience

Alumni return for student-for-a-day experience

By Vanna Dupree For the first time, the College of Agriculture at Auburn University invited alumni to return to campus to experience a day in the life of an Auburn agriculture student once again. The Student-for-a-Day Alumni Experience invited guests to attend a...
Roof on the Rane

Roof on the Rane

The College of Agriculture at Auburn University proudly presents “Roof on the Rane” as part of its series of mini documentaries. Join us atop the roof of Auburn’s latest and greatest building. The Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center is a...