Added by Katie FitzGerald on October 21, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Finding the perfect living space in Auburn can be challenging. Some find it very similar to finding their one true love. Finding the perfect space can take years to happen, while on the other hand, some never do.
When apartment hunting, I personally look for certain features before deciding if it is worthy of a closer look. Some common features most college students look for are a swimming pool, a gym, abundant parking and if it offers a stop on the tiger…Continue
Added by Zack McGuire on October 21, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
If you are reading this article, it is safe to assume you are probably 18 or older. With age comes responsibility. The responsibility I am referring to is your American responsibility to vote. Each one of you has the right to vote. But, do you have…Continue
Added by Alexandra Benson on October 20, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
It is a favorite pastime of many students, teenagers and 20-somethings alike to play a small practical joke on a friend or roommate. From hiding a cell phone or remote, to locking someone out, to moving somebody’s car to the next lot, a practical joke is an almost guaranteed way to get a humorous response by both parties.
Many students have played a joke on one of their roommates a time or two. Auburn Student Mary Kathryn Florie and her three roommates once filled up a…Continue
Added by Sarah drexler on October 20, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Have you ever stepped out of a classroom and wished there was a bike to ride quickly to the other side of campus instead of just walking? Auburn is constantly trying to push ways to make our campus an all pedestrian campus, and one way SGA is implementing this is through a community bike system. The Health Promotion and Wellness Services are also promoting the bikes through a healthier and more active campus. Catherine Edwards, a member of Senate, states that “you can get on…Continue
Added by Heather Duncan on October 20, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Growing up in Jacksonville, Fla., Brenda Fiacco was never known or seen as a single entity. You see, she was an identical twin.
“Our entire community knew us as ‘The Fiacco Twins’, it was hardly ever our names, Brenda and Laura, as separate parts instead of a whole,” Fiacco remembers.Continue
Added by Christine Mitchell on October 20, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
Six years ago, one reality television show animated an idea into the minds of two brothers. Mark and Luke Foshee were watching the TLC program “Little People, Big World,” when they saw the Roloff family’s pumpkin patch and immediately knew they wanted to create their own version. After a year of preparation, the Foshees opened the Farmer in the Dell Pumpkin Patch. …Continue
Added by Laurel Dicus on October 20, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments
The combination of the “Auburn family” and Auburn’s beautiful campus proves irresistible to most. Time and again we celebrate the accomplishments of students who emerge from Auburn and put the skills they have acquired to the test. Several Auburn students now intend to honor those who, unfortunately, don’t get the chance to put their learned skills into practice.
A group of Auburn students, including senior Sterett Seckman, are in the process of comprising a plan for a…Continue
Added by Stephanie Jane Czajkowski on October 19, 2012 at 12:15pm — No Comments
The Auburn Athletic Department is trying extremely hard this season to turn the typical “game day experience” into a “game weekend experience.” They are also striving to increase their customer service and have the Auburn fans feel as if they can consider Auburn a second home.
This past February, many…Continue
Added by Caleigh Lentz on October 19, 2012 at 12:13am — No Comments
Ricky Scheuerle, University Program Council Director of Speakers and Comedians, is excited to be organizing the event. A few months ago, he was flipping through booklets…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Segarra on October 18, 2012 at 11:01pm — No Comments
Auburn’s fight against hunger carried on this month with the Committee of 19’s Hunger Week held from Oct. 15 to 21.
Committee of 19, a student led organization with representatives from every college, aims to end hunger not only in the world, but also in the community. The committee serves to engage students through service initiatives, fundraising and advocacy.
“Hunger is our neighbor,” Lauren Little, president of Committee of 19, said. “And it’s also the…Continue
Added by Sheyda Mehrara on October 18, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
Alpha Delta Pi sorority held its annual philanthropic event called “Pie-A-Pi” on October 16, to benefit Ronald McDonald House charities. Every fall ADPi’s gather on the green space ready to be pied in the face to raise money for Columbus, Ga.’s Ronald McDonald House.
The Ronald McDonald House program…Continue
Added by Courtney R. Edwards on October 18, 2012 at 10:29pm — No Comments
A graduate of Florida State University, Bradley has coached diligently at Auburn for the past three years and has…Continue
Added by Lillian Parker on October 18, 2012 at 10:09pm — No Comments
Auburn Family offers a view of campus and community life. The following is a review of on-campus dining options that are student favorites.
Do you have a problem eating food out of a truck? I consider it a treat. Most students on Auburn’s campus are adapting to this new trend very quickly even though there are now trucks parked on the concourse.
Last spring semester, food trucks were introduced to…Continue
Added by Catherine Edwards on October 18, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Rewind back to the Arkansas game on Oct. 6. As soon as the fourth quarter rolled around, the stadium began to clear out at an alarming rate.
Despite the emptying seats around her, Kit Valone, a junior majoring in polymer engineering, remained glued to her seat.
“No matter what, I was going to stay for the alma mater,” Valone said. “I’ve never left a home game early.”
Staying for the entirety of a sporting event is nothing out of the norm for Valone. This…Continue
Added by Alissa Best on October 18, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Not many people can say that they attend a university where an entire day is dedicated to greeting complete strangers. Auburn prides itself on its friendly residents and students, so it is no wonder why Hey Day is a success every year.
Among traditions such as Tiger Walk, War Eagle, and Toomer’s…Continue
Added by Brittney Reeves on October 18, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Auburn Family offers a view of campus and community life. The following is a review of a new restaurant, founded by alumni, that may well be turning into a student favorite.
Walking through the doors at Island Wing Company you are transported from Auburn, Ala. to a destination restaurant in the Caribbean. The vibrant colors, light wood accents and tropical feel instantly puts you in a vacation setting. It is definitley a new scene, unlike anything else in the Auburn area.…Continue
Added by Maddi Bourgerie on October 18, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
It seems that when students get started on their school career they don’t appreciate the nap time that is eventually taken away. As children, naps are necessary, but as busy teenagers and young adults, naps and relaxation time seem to fall under the category of “wishful thinking”.
Gracie Straus, a junior studying radio, television and film, has…Continue
Added by Tricia Barton on October 17, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Auburn University's Student Government Association sponsored "Capitol on the Plains" on Oct. 16, 2012. This legislative forum brought together four Republican legislators and one Democrat in a bipartisan panel to answer questions from students about Alabama politics.
Panelists included Speaker of the House Rep. Mike Hubbard, Sen. Phil Williams, Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin, Rep. Pebblin Warren and Sen. Tom Whatley. Auburn SGA President Owen Parrish asked the panelists a series of…Continue
Added by Beth Clayton on October 17, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
For many college students, the term “spring break” automatically conjures up images of beaches, bikinis, alcohol and, possibly, handcuffs. To spend this week of liberty from essays and exams indulging in anything less would be a grave injustice to the spirit of college living.
That belief is…Continue
Added by Markevius Jackson on October 17, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments