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Auburn Family looks back at the top stories of 2014 based upon the number of unique readers (unique pageviews). The results below are taken from Google Analytics results from January 1 to December 31, 2014. Read more inside...
Auburn Exploring Expansion
SEC stadium wars heat up again. Auburn surveys season ticket holders and explores Jordan-Hare stadium expansion.
Toomer's Oaks Return
February 14, 2015
The Auburn University Board of Trustees on Friday approved initiation of the second phase of a plan to renovate Samford Park. The plan calls for 30 live oak trees, grown from acorns taken from the iconic Auburn Oaks 12 years ago and now 15 feet tall, to be planted along a new brick walkway that will connect Samford Hall to Toomer's Corner. Read more...
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Auburn University will host a week-long tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday through Friday, Jan. 19-23, to commemorate the late civil rights icon's life and legacy. Events throughout the week will reflect the theme, "Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere."
In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Auburn University campus will be closed Monday, Jan. 19.
An AuburnServes Volunteer Fair at the Student Center Jan. 16, from 10 a.m.…Continue
Ingram is a producer and reporter for MSNBC. He was also the 2007-2008 editor-in-chief of The Auburn Plainsman.
Auburn Family looks back at the top stories of 2014 based upon the number of unique readers (unique pageviews). The results below are taken from Google Analytics results from January 1 to December 31, 2014.
Current and evergreen stories make up our most read articles of 2014. Evergreen stories are those that may have been written years ago, but they are topics that are forever on the minds of the public.
Auburn Family's mobile traffic continues its growth. More people access…Continue
A Sports Business Journal article reveals Auburn may be considering expansion of Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Auburn University is studying the possibility of adding premium seats in both end zones at Jordan-Hare Stadium as part of major upgrades to the facility that most likely will cost more than $100 million, according to project…
Each year the College of Liberal Arts chooses a book to highlight as part of our “CLA Reads Celebration” and plans events that raise awareness of the important themes in the book. This year, the book is “Good Kings Bad Kings,” written by…Continue
Senior day in Jordan Hare is always an emotional time. Football players in their final season are presented to the crowd and are greeted with roaring response.
As the players run from the locker room to center field, there are seniors on the sidelines, in the stands and on the field who are members of support organizations who are serving the team for the final time.
These seniors may not get as much recognition as…Continue
Auburn fans find themselves looking up a lot during home games in Jordan Hare. Watching the eagle swoop around the stadium during pre-game festivities, gazing up as Nick Marshall airs out another deep pass for an Auburn touchdown, or even checking the skies for late evening late summer thunderstorms. And for one home game a year, Auburn fans have another reason to look up, a flyover.
Flyovers are one of the most American traditions going today in professional and collegiate sports.…Continue
The transition to college is different for everyone and whether you’re moving 100 miles away from home or 1,000 miles, homesickness is a feeling we all know too well. It’s the feeling you get when you just want a home-cooked meal and to be surrounded by family and friends in a real house – not a cramped dorm room or tiny apartment.
Dr. Joseph Eakes, head of the horticulture department at Auburn University, has opened up his home and his…Continue
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Auburn is now 2-5 in the SEC and 9-3 at home after losing 71-61 to Texas A&M. The top scorers for the Tigers were Antoine Mason and Cinmeon Bowers.
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