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You might notice as you walk down the concourse that Miss Homecoming is in the air. Gimmicks, cookies, candy, and much more are handed to you as you pass eager campaigners each day. It might seem as though this is all a popularity contest, however, there is much more that goes into this friendly election.
Every year around the beginning of November five Auburn women have the opportunity to run for Miss Homecoming. The women are well-respected by their peers.…Continue
Hey Day guarantees a friendly hey to come your way. Hey Day has become one of Auburn University’s most cherished traditions. Hey Day dates back to World War II to promote camaraderie around campus to help relieve tension from the war.
The Auburn student body and the Student Government Associated wanted a day that would unite the student body and promote a friendly atmosphere. The tradition started in the Fifties and Sixties. However, it did not…Continue
The concourse comes alive as each organization sets up their booth along the sides. Organization days, better known as O-Days, help acquaint students with the many organizations they can be involved in.
Heather Duncan, a junior communication student, speaks very highly of O-Days and its purpose on campus. She explains O-Days by saying, “it’s an entire week where different organizations on campus can come out and set up a table.” Not only does O-Days allow organizations to get their…Continue