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This weekend the College of Forestry and Wildlife Services will hold its first Spring Fling at Coach Pat Dye's Crooked Oaks Hunting Preserve and Quail Hollow in Notasulga, Ala.
"Everyone who attends will have the opportunity to tour Couch Dye's home and Japanese Maple gardens," said Heather Crozier, Director of the college.
There will be events happening both Friday night (tonight) and Saturday. Tickets for Friday night are $100, as well as table sponsorships.
Ever wonder what it would be like to coach an SEC team? How about an SEC team that has won multiple championships? Well, Jessica Braswell, assistant coach for Auburn University's Equestrian team, knows what it's like.
"This is my second season coaching for Auburn," Braswell said.
Braswell began riding horses when she was 4-years-old.
"I started competing when I was about 8 or so," Braswell said. "I don't get a chance to ride a lot anymore, but I'm around the horses…Continue
The Auburn Beautification Council and the Auburn-Opelika Tourism Bureau officially opened the Auburn Floral Trail last Monday, March, 11.
“The weather has been sort of crazy for us, but things have started to bloom,” said Catrina Cox, chairwoman of the Auburn Beautification Council.
Since the weather is beautiful it is time to get outside and enjoy it.
“We have two trails and one optional trial on campus,” Cox said.
The North trial is the shorter trial at 3.4…Continue
College brings new responsibilities, challenges and experiences to students, and many decide to get a pet, in most cases a dog, adding a huge responsibility to the list. So is getting a dog in college a good idea or not?
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Katie Eubank, a senior, got a dog a little over a year ago. "I have always wanted a dog, and I decided I was at a…Continue