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Auburn Football 2014 - The Driven

This is the hype video for the 2014 Auburn Tigers. We came 13 seconds short of the National Title last year. We have the drive to win it this year. War Eagle...
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Auburn Football Training 2014

Strength and conditioning coach Ryan Russell gives Tiger fans a peek at his intense training regimen.
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Auburn-Alabama Iron Bowl Kick Six Goes Epic

Watch as Auburn's Chris Davis returns an Alabama missed field goal to seal an epic Iron Bowl win for the Tigers on November 30, 2013. War Eagle!
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Auburn and Opelika Say Goodbye to a Treasure: Henry Stern, The Boy in the Back Row

Posted by Auburn Family on July 18, 2014 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Kate Asbury Larkin shared this message on Facebook on Thursday, July 17, 2014.

Opelika lost a jewel this morning. Henry Stern, or "Big Henry," as he was affectionately called by his children, Ginger and J, was an historian of all things Opelika, and one of the last known Holocaust survivors east of the Mississippi River. Below is a story written for East Alabama Living magazine (Fall, 2008) by my very own Anna Asbury Larkin. It started as an OHS 10th grade history…

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Farewell to Astronaut and Auburn Alumus Henry "Hank" Hartsfield

Posted by Auburn Family on July 18, 2014 at 10:00am 0 Comments

AU graduate Hank Hartsfield ’54 has died at the age of 80 on July 17.

In 1984, Hank Hartsfield commanded the maiden mission of the space shuttle Discovery. Hartsfield's death came as a result of complications from back surgery he had several months ago, according to his fellow…
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The Everyday Joys of being an Auburn Student

Posted by Lisa Robison on July 14, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

1. Seeing Aubie on the concourse.

“Aubie is the living spirit of Auburn…Women love him, children adore him and men want to be him. He's an eight-time National Champion, the most of any mascot,…

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The Loveliest Village on the Plains

Posted by Kathryn Grace Thorson on July 13, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Auburn isn't called the "loveliest village on the plains" for nothing, and anyone who's been here can attest to that. On Merriam-Webster's website, the word "quicksand" has two abbreviated definitions. One definition is literal: deep, wet sand into which heavy objects sink easily. The other definition is figurative: a situation that is dangerous and difficult to escape from.

Auburn: It Sucks You In

Auburn is not deep, wet sand into which…

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Auburn Family Spirit Draws Families to Toomer's Corner

Posted by Derek Thompson on July 13, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

I was walking to class when the iconic Toomer’s Corner oak trees, still streamed with toilet paper, were having their limbs severed with chainsaws loud enough to completely diminish the peaceful downtown Auburn atmosphere.

Everyone in Auburn knew the day was coming, as the poison slowly attempted to put an end to the best tradition in college football, but they never thought it would actually arrive. The trees, which had served as a rally point in our small town for around 76 years,…

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Choosing Auburn: A Family Affair

Posted by Rosa Cantrell on July 12, 2014 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Why did I choose to attend Auburn University?

Iron Bowl Weekend

1. For starters, welcome to Thanksgiving and Iron Bowl weekend with my family:

Auburn Kid 24/7

2. My mom and dad are the two on the left of the back row. This is how they dressed me for Christmas Day in 1995:…

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The Auburn Experience

Posted by Malcolm Twyman on July 11, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

To be honest, when I decided to attend Auburn University, I wasn’t completely sure I had chosen the right school. When I visited the campus, I immediately thought about how beautiful it was, and when I talked to people they seemed genuinely nice, but I still wasn’t 100% convinced…

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Why I Chose the Auburn Family

Posted by Katie Tynes on July 11, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

How I Became A Member of the Auburn Family

I grew up in the lovely Birmingham, Ala., area where virtually 75% of residents are fans of the Criiiiiiimson Tiiide. At 16-years-old, my dad and I had barely missed an Alabama game, and all my life I thought I'd found my home away from home in Tuscaloosa.



Don’t get me wrong, Tuscaloosa is a beautiful place. But, as a sophomore in high school, the day I found myself there for sorority bid day, it felt like I'd…

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Auburn Family Spirit Draws Families to Campus

Posted by Auburn Family on July 11, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

I was walking to class when the iconic Toomer’s Corner oak trees, still streamed with toilet paper, were having their limbs severed with chainsaws loud enough to completely diminish the peaceful downtown Auburn atmosphere.



Everyone in Auburn knew the day was coming, as the poison slowly attempted to put an end to the best tradition in college football, but they never thought it would actually arrive. The trees, which had served as a rally point in our small town for around 76…

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Samford Hall Drawing :: Melissa B. Tubbs Ink Architecture

Posted by Melissa B Tubbs on July 10, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

Via Melissa B. Tubbs Ink Architecture:

My newest drawing is of Samford Hall. In 1859, the original Samford Hall was constructed as a main building for the East Alabama College and referred to as “Old Main”. It was a four-story Italianate building and was erected at a cost of $75,000. School was suspended in 1862 due to the Civil War.

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