The Student Government Association of Auburn University hosted Better Relations Day last Tuesday, October 29, 2013. For the first time since the program’s birth, both the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama sent students to attend.
This is monumental, not only for the sake of leadership ideas and policies used at each respective university, but it ensures the quality and further prosperity of Auburn’s peer institutions.
SGA President Harrison…Continue
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1. The Arboretum
A place dedicated to showcase the most beautiful plants in Alabama all growing in their natural setting? Yes, please.
2. Jordan-Hare Stadium…Continue
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On Friday, November 9, one of the most unique traditions in the SEC returns
to Auburn’s campus. Auburn SGA, along with other leaders on campus, will be welcoming students from the University of Georgia to the Loveliest Village on the Plains for a day of building relationships and learning about each others’ schools.
This event is known as Better Relations Day, and it dates back to 1948 when the presidents of Auburn and the University of Alabama met…Continue
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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
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As last May approached, many students scrambled to find an excuse not to return to their small hometowns. Mary Afton Day planned for quite the opposite.Continue
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Auburn family, read this inspiring blog reaction to the recent tornado devastation:
Alabama, let's get the sleeves rolled up
AU's official page about Auburn Relief Efforts
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Although Christopher Whitehead was born and raised an Alabama fan, he currently attends Auburn University. I sat down with Chris recently to discuss what his reaction was to the poisoning of the Toomers oak trees, as well as some of his experiences in being an elephant on campus.
While the egregious actions of the weekend following the Iron Bowl were almost certainly…Continue
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The Auburn Family sat in shock and disbelief as news broke this past Wednesday of the Toomer’s Oaks poisoning. This enormous tree, symbolizing an age-old tradition and spirit that is unafraid, has graced the corner of Auburn’s campus for more than 130 years. The stretching branches have been hung countless times with rolls of toilet paper, a testament to every accomplishment the University has achieved throughout many, many decades.…
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Rigs hauling various shapes, sizes, and breeds of horses began pulling up on the Garret Coliseum grounds around morning coffee hour. The frigid temperature did not deter horsemen and women from attending the Alabama Horse Fair, the state's largest equine trade show in Alabama on January 22 and 23.
This year Craig Cameron, a well-respected horseman and RFDTV personality, headlined the Horse Fair. Horse folks also braved the cold in anticipation of Craig Cameron's…
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