"For a century, Auburn Magazine has tangibly linked Auburn and its alumni."

Our stories and photography celebrate the vibrancy of university life and the exciting paths our alumni follow.

Our mission

Auburn Magazine is the premier publication of the Auburn Alumni Association.

The Auburn Alumni Association is a member-based 501(c)3 organization funded by membership contributions, individual donations and corporate sponsorships/affinity program partners. We have a staff of 25 employees and mentor student interns who work with our team. Our membership base is one of the largest in the SEC, standing strong at 43,000 members.

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Who we are

Since its debut as a magazine in Spring 1994, Auburn Magazine has won more than two dozen regional and national awards for writing, design and printing excellence, but our roots stretch back to the formation of the Auburn Alumni Quarterly newsletter in 1912. For more than a century, we have connected Auburn men and women back to the institution they love—whether they called it Alabama Polytechnic Institute or Auburn University. Because at the core of all we do, we “believe in Auburn and love it.”

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What we do

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Classroom Mosaic finds a home at the Auburn Business Incubator

During the summer of 2012, rising sophomore Ben Gustafson received a weekly update from...

Building Bridges Across Communities

In room 126 of Biggin Hall, a group of students meet with a purpose that extends beyond...

Auburn business incubator opens new doors for Auburn University

Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport in Atlanta averages more than 250,000...

Ace Atkins beats the odds

In the 1980 film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, C-3PO tells Han Solo the...

Alumni produces TV favorites

Laura Halperin ’97 dreamed of spending her life in front of the camera as an actress....

Philosopher to Poet

On the sixth floor of the Haley Center and a left turn past the elevators are the campus...

A Sustainable Auburn Marketplace

I magine: The “War Eagle” wall next to Ware’s Jewelers in downtown Auburn has vendors in...

John Pomeroy on the Willing Suspension of Disbelief

John Pomeroy quickly drew with a sharpie on the first of three white sketchpads. The...

Lessons from Lutz

Last summer, the Auburn Family lost one of its beloved members. Philip Lutzenkirchen, a...

Auburn University Focuses on Sustainability

In 2013 a thicket of trees spurting out of a fenced-in ditch crowded the view between...

This is Auburn Speaker Series

Time was running out in Jordan-Hare stadium and Auburn and Alabama were going into...

A “Country Strong” Alumnus

It’s a Tuesday morning in Nashville, Tenn., and there is a mild blizzard outside....

An Alumnus’ American Dream

Tucked away in Downtown Opelika along the brick street parallel to the railroad tracks,...

Alumni Spotlight: Designing Dreams

About once a week, Brian FitzSimmons ’97 meets with his boss. For him, it’s a very...

Q&A With the new Student Government Association President

For the first time in a decade, Auburn students had only one voting choice for the top...

Small World, Big Picture: Part II

Walking down the third floor hallway of Biggin Hall each room holds something different....

The Return of the Oaks

Only in the tradition-rich town of Auburn could two trees mean so much to so many. As a...

Small World-Big Picture: Part 1

Kim Howard ‘89 painted a big picture, approximately 65.5 x 4.9 feet to be exact. With a...

Alumni Spotlight: Day in the life of “Today”

For Lee Miller ‘99, Saturday mornings begin at 4 a.m. He works an atypical work week, at...

Alumni Spotlight: TROBO Takeover

Recently, it seems like more children are spending time glued to a phone or a...