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Atlanta Metro Game Watch Locations

In the Lenox Mall area - The Bucket Shop Cafe: 3475 Lenox Rd, NE #220 - bucketshopcafe.com (note: this location is 18+ by local ordinance)

In Buckhead/East Andrews area - Smokebelly BBQ: 128 E. Andrews - smokebellybbq.com

In Virgina Highlands - Diesel Filling Station: 870 N. Highland Ave. - dieselatlanta.com

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New Auburn Tag Design in Georgia!  

Show your Auburn Spirit on the road with Auburn's newly designed official license plate in the state of Georgia! The "Auburn Club" license plate can be ordered at your county DMV office. It is also available in the list of "Special Interest" plates when renewing online. Click here for more information

AUBURN: Calling Atlanta home since 1892!  

Auburn vs. Georgia - The Deep South's Oldest Football Rivalry

Our first game was played on February 20, 1892, in Atlanta's Piedmont Park. It was the brainchild of Auburn's George Petrie and Charles Herty of Georgia. Piedmont Park was the home field for several Auburn-Georgia games, and it all started in 1892 when Auburn beat Georgia 10-0. According to Auburn's storied legend, that was the same game an Auburn eagle first circled the field, inspiring Auburn's "War Eagle!" cheer. 


The Auburn Creed  
I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore, I believe in work, hard work.

I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully.

I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men.

I believe in a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities.

I believe in obedience to law because it protects the rights of all.

I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all.

I believe in my Country, because it is a land of freedom and because it is my own home, and that I can best serve that country by "doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with my God."

And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it.
-George Petrie (1945)
Get Your Name Etched in Stone in Auburn


The next time you are in Auburn, check out the beautiful Alumni Walk at the Alumni Association!  The Atlanta Auburn Club was among the first group of engraved pavers in the Walk, which is at the Center's front portico facing South College Street.  For more information Click here.

AAC brick at Alumni Walk 

The Atlanta Auburn Club  

The Atlanta Auburn Club is recognized as a not-for-profit corporation by the state of Georgia, and the club's Roy B. Sewell Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. holds 501(c)(3) non-profit status from the IRS. The AAC raises thousands of dollars annually to fund annual and endowed scholarships for metro Atlanta area students to attend Auburn University. The Atlanta club is a member of Auburn University's 1856 Society, which recognizes donors whose cumulative gifts total $100,000 and above. The Greater Atlanta metro area is home to more than 23,000 Auburn alumni, fans & friends....and still growing. War Eagle!

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Auburn in the News  

Auburn’s enrollment, freshman class are university’s largest ever
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University has reached its highest enrollment and its largest freshman class ever this fall, based on numbers reported this week by the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. An enrollment of 25, 912 is 1, 048 more students than in fall 2013. The new freshman class accounts for 4,592 students, 866 […]

Women’s Philanthropy Board introduces auxiliary group for men to support women in their lives
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The Women’s Philanthropy Board in the College of Human Sciences at Auburn University has launched a men’s auxiliary group, giving men an opportunity to show their support for the women in their lives. Known as The Phils, these men believe in the importance of “PHILanthropy” and financial sustainability; and support the work […]

Auburn program honored for helping state child care providers move toward accreditation
AUBURN UNIVERSIITY – For almost 15 years, the Family Child Care Partnerships program at Auburn University has worked with family child care providers through mentoring, training and connecting providers with other professional organizations and by helping them work toward national accreditation. The program has recently been recognized for its practice-based work with family child care […]

Top Civil War scholars to speak at Auburn University as part of sesquicentennial commemoration
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The state of Alabama’s role in the Civil War and its aftermath will be the focus of a free, public symposium at Auburn University. “The Yellowhammer War: A Civil War Symposium” will be held Saturday, Sept. 13, beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Langdon Hall on the Auburn University campus. Speakers will include […]

Want to be a tailgate guru? App from Auburn can help
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — If you want tailgating done right, there’s now an app for that. Auburn University’s Food Systems Institute has created a multimedia app called AU Tailgate Times for iPhones and iPads. The app, which can be downloaded at the iTunes store or on the Food Systems Institute website, brings together a wide range […]

Auburn University names Diane Boyd director of the Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning
AUBURN UNIVERSITY— Auburn University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Timothy Boosinger, has announced the appointment of Diane Boyd of Furman University as director of Auburn University’s Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, effective Sept. 1. Noting that Boyd was selected following a nationwide search, Boosinger said, “Dr. Boyd brings an […]

Auburn University Panhellenic attains national recognition during record-breaking recruitment
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The National Panhellenic Conference recently recognized Auburn University and just 20 other campuses nationwide with the College Panhellenic Achievement Award. The distinction follows a record-breaking recruitment for Auburn including the largest number of registered participants, 1,401, in the history of Auburn Panhellenic. At the end of Panhellenic recruitment, 100 percent of the […]

Auburn University’s 10th Journalism Awards to honor distinguished journalists with Alabama ties
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – On its 10th anniversary of honoring outstanding journalists with ties to Alabama, the Auburn University Journalism Advisory Council in the College of Liberal Arts will recognize five distinguished print and broadcast professionals at its luncheon Sept. 12. The luncheon will be at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center at […]

Replicas of historic eagles installed at newly renovated Toomer’s Corner
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Capping a five-month renovation of Samford Park at Toomer’s Corner, workers today placed two stone eagles atop the gates marking the entrance to Auburn University. The eagles are replicas of the two marble statues that adorned the gates for more than 50 years. The original statues were displayed inside Samford Hall this […]

Alabama Broadcasters Association names Auburn alumnus, Trustee Jimmy Rane “Citizen of the Year”
James W. “Jimmy” Rane, chairman, president and CEO of Great Southern Wood Holdings, Inc., was named “Citizen of the Year” by the Alabama Broadcasters Association earlier this week.  The award was presented at a luncheon during the group’s annual conference with hundreds of broadcasters from across the state in attendance. This award recognizes contributions to […]

Canine program at Auburn University renamed to reflect how program has evolved
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University’s internationally recognized detector dog program, operating since 2009 as Animal Health and Performance in the College of Veterinary Medicine, has been renamed Canine Performance Sciences. “As the program grew and evolved it became clear that we needed to rename it to better describe what it actually does,” said Dr. James […]

Auburn University introduces English as a Second Language into curriculum for future teachers
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – This summer, Auburn University’s College of Education began requiring all students in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching to take English as a Second Language-infused literacy classes. “When a school system rapidly changes in terms of its language demographics, this can be very frustrating for teachers,” said Jamie Harrison, who specializes in […]

Do they work? Nutritional supplement ingredients tested by Auburn University researchers
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University researchers are testing the safety and efficacy of the ingredients of nutritional supplements with the help of a gift from 4Life, a company known for its immune system support products. Faculty and students in the Molecular and Applied Sciences Lab in the School of Kinesiology are interested in nutrition and […]

Auburn pharmacy students help Alabama seniors with Medicare Part D selection
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Nearly 150 Medicare Part D enrollees across Alabama have benefited from a partnership between the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy and Alabama’s State Health Insurance and Assistance Program. Last fall, 17 events were held in 11 cities, where pharmacy students worked one-on-one with Medicare Part D beneficiaries to determine which prescription […]

Auburn researchers make breakthrough discovery about evolution of spiders and their webs
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – A group of Auburn researchers has published a study that could overturn some long-held paradigms regarding spider web evolution. Because of similarities in behaviors associated with web construction and the complicated nature of the webs, it has long been thought that all orb-weaving spiders shared a common ancestor. The study shows that […]

Auburn scientists design leading therapeutic drug in fight against Ebola virus
AUBURN UNIVERSITY—An Auburn University research team has produced a new drug candidate that could one day slow or even stop the deadly Ebola virus. The discovery will be published in an upcoming issue of the journal Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. The group, led by professor of chemistry and biochemistry Stewart Schneller, has designed a compound […]

Auburn’s prison arts project will continue with new NEA grant
AUBURN UNIVERSITY –The Alabama Prison Arts + Education project at Auburn University has provided visual arts classes in multiple correctional facilities around the state since 2003. A recent $55,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts helps ensure the programming will continue. The program is housed in the Department of Human Development and Family […]

Makeover gives new look to Parkerson Mill Creek on Auburn’s campus
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – A small creek that winds past the football and baseball fields and old coliseum of Auburn University has been transformed this summer from eyesore to outdoor classroom. The push to complete construction and campus restoration projects before fall typically marks the end of summer semesters at Auburn University. A summer project this […]

Auburn, Auburn Montgomery’s Blue Jean Ball returns to Coach Dye’s home
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The Blue Jean Ball, the annual fundraiser for the Auburn University and Auburn Montgomery Schools of Nursing, returns to Coach Pat Dye’s Crooked Oaks Hunting Lodge in Notasulga, Alabama, Sept. 26. After holding an urban-themed extravaganza on the AUM campus last year, the schools have planned a return to its original locale, […]

Auburn University Theatre raises curtain on black box and dance studio
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – A black box experimental theatre and a 1,500-sq.-ft. dance studio are part of a newly constructed addition designed to enhance the experience of audiences and performers at Auburn University’s Telfair B. Peet Theatre. The $3.9 million project is a two-story, 10,471-sq.-ft. addition to the existing theatre, featuring a production space that will […]
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