Let’s have a collective moment of honesty here. Whether you’re an Auburn student, alumni, fan or resident, you’ve had that moment: “Man I just MISS Auburn.”
Students have this moment on short breaks, alumni and fans may have it at work, and residents of Auburn can have it when they have been away from campus for too long.
There’s something about Auburn that keeps us coming back. Here are ten things that you’re going to (or already do) miss about Auburn.…Continue
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Growing up, Fain’s family owned a landscaping business and as he grew older his knowledge of ornamental plants lead to an interest…Continue
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A native of Little River, AL, Dean now works among the many interns from around the United States. This news broke on Facebook from a release published by, of all…Continue
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Megan Sumners, 2008 graduate and Mother-to-be, on The Price Is Right playing "One Away". She and her husband already have one lil' Auburn TIger. The next is due this summer. War Eagle!…Continue
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Where is your favorite hangout spot on campus? Is it Samford Lawn? Jordan-Hare Stadium? Or maybe it’s the perfectly groomed grounds around Cater Hall. All three of these places are popular spots on campus that are loved by Auburn students and fans across the globe, but there is a special place on campus that many people don’t know about.
Nestled beyond the president’s house and across from the poultry science building is the Donald E. Davis Arboretum. You have probably driven by it…Continue
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Auburn Abroad is continuing a new tradition with a traveling globe that will follow Auburn students on their study abroad adventures around the world. Globe’s travels will be documented in pictures on Twitter using the #GlobeAbroad hashtag.
Globe was introduced as the Auburn Abroad sidekick in June…Continue
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Not every Auburn student gets the chance to watch their beloved Auburn Tigers play from the sidelines of Jorden-Hare. Even fewer get to experience it for every single game. But, that is exactly what Emma Miller, senior in exercise science, gets paid to do. Well, that and more.
Miller has been a student trainer for the football team since her sophomore year at Auburn. And the way she came about the job is pretty unique.
“My freshman year I went to Church of the…Continue
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Something big is happening in the Auburn/Opelika area; an artistic revolution some may call it. The Lebanon Art District is a growing art community in Opelika, Ala. It is currently home to Cottonseed Studios, cultivating a huge fan base even at its beginning stages. The Lebanon Art District has proved to be a haven and source of inspiration for artists locally and even nation wide.…Continue
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Auburn University has become a household name in SEC football during the past couple years. When it comes to athletics, Auburn is sometimes seen as a “little-brother” to the University of Alabama. However, today Auburn is known as the “come-back kid” that took its’ 2013 football season all the way to the national championship.
In a small town like Auburn, Ala., outsiders may believe that Auburn becomes a ghost-town during football’s off-season. This is not the case. Now that football…Continue
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The Auburn for (WATER) program created its first and successful week-long fundraising event called Water Week 2014 that raised more than $10,000 to send three water wells to Bihar, India. …Continue
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Many people are unaware of the Farmers’ Market at Auburn University. They do not get much publicity on campus, and I only recently learned of its existence, but I do plan to pay a visit to The Market at some point this season.
I grew up visiting local farmers’ markets at home with my mom, and always…Continue
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After months of cold weather, midterms, and long sessions on the treadmill to get that spring break bod, spring break 2014 is finally here! Whether you are road tripping to Destin, cruising through the Bahamas’ or spending a quiet week at home, these spring break fashion essentials must find a way into your suitcase. This year’s spring fashion trends are all about bright colors, lace, fringe and many other mystical/vintage looks.
While our quaint college town might be small,…Continue
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Many people remember senior year of high school. The year that culminates all academic and extracurricular achievements. The year you make your first serious life-altering decision.
Do I go to college? How will I decide which school to attend?
For some the decision is innate. For some the decision is based upon financial aid, academics or sports. For some it’s the luck of the draw. For the rest, the decision is a grueling process. It involves weighing the pros and cons of ten…Continue
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This month's stories: Community and Civic Engagement, Gloria Steinem visits the Plains, Honors College student wins Clinton Hunger Leadership Award, Madison P. Jones IV releases his first collection of poems, faculty spotlight on Fereshteh Rostampour, alumni spotlight on CNN's Jenni Watts, Hispanic Film Festival and Jay Sanders Film Series dates are set.…
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She is one of the college of agriculture’s best kept secrets. “Old Nancy” is a 1905 J.I. Case steam tractor, currently housed in the Seed Technology Building.…
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To break up the monotonous daily schedule of core classes, luckily Auburn requires students to take a certain number of elective hours. Some students decide to pick up a minor with these extra hours and other's like to mix physical education classes into their day. Auburn offers electives for almost every interest and tons of new things to try. Here are some electives you might not have even know existed!
1. Self-defense- Have you ever wanted punch a police officer?…Continue
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