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Waking up for a 6 a.m. practice is probably not the number one thing on most college student’s to-do lists. Getting to be a part of the AUMB requires some early wake up calls, especially in a season where night games are a rare commodity, but cheering along with the rest of the Auburn family every Saturday is definitely worth it.
It’s normal to see Mallory Gilliland on the field during halftime at Auburn games with the rest of the Auburn University Danceline, but at Homecoming on Nov. 3, she’ll be on the field for a different reason.
Gilliland, a senior in Hotel and Restaurant Management and captain of the Auburn University Danceline, is one of the top five nominees…Continue
The Auburn University Music Department hosted the 12th annual Sounds of Auburn concert on October 18 in the Auburn Arena. The concert features many of the major instrumental and choral performance groups on campus.
There is something for everyone in the audience and the 2nd year in the Arena brought another success for the performance.…
Room 10 in the Lee County Boys and Girls club holds the Pine Hills Literacy Project, a great opportunity for Auburn students to get involved in the community.
The project is an after school program that works with students in the first through sixth grades to not only increase reading proficiency, but to help students develop a lifelong love of reading.…