2012 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 2013. War Eagle! (Source: Auburn OCM)
Top five most-read Featured Stories
Orange tiger paws guide students through three walking trails around campus, promoting a healthier lifestyle.
Engineering students, their professor and an alumna spent time developing and implementing irrigation systems to make life better for the residents of Quesimpuco.
College of Architecture, Design and Construction professors and students design new buildings for a small town destroyed by the tornadoes of April 2011.
One of the most renowned and influential women visits the campus to recite poetry, talk about her life's journey and encourage others to be courageous and kind.
Researchers use a T-LiDAR 3D scanner on a variety of projects, including mapping buildings, checking the health of local watersheds and monitor erosion.
Top five most-read Take 5 profiles
1. Emilee Williams
2. Najat Ouardad
3. Octavia Spencer
4. Marisa Grimes
5. Shanna Henderson
Top five most-read Wire Eagle stories
The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Va., will open a branch campus in the Auburn Research Park in Auburn.
Auburn University is ranked 37th among public universities nationwide for its undergraduate programs, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Auburn University is implementing Auburn DegreeWorks, a software program designed to help students and their advisers monitor progress toward graduation.
The Schools of Nursing bid "Happy Trails" to Coach Pat Dye's Crooked Oaks Hunting Lodge in 2012 as it was the final time it will be used to hold the fundraiser.
Auburn University achieved high rankings in The Princeton Review's "The Best 377 Colleges: 2013 Edition."