Auburn sure has given us whiplash with its weather this year, but spring has sprung on the plains. Despite the random days that the temperatures drop to the low 40s, we’re starting to have some beautiful weather. After being cooped up during the past few months, we’re all ready to get outside and enjoy some nice weather. Wondering what there is to do in Auburn on a sunny afternoon? Here are a few answers to your question! …Continue
Added by Andrea Lowery on March 27, 2014 at 12:00pm — No Comments
No one can deny how beautiful Auburn University is and even its unofficial nickname “The Loveliest Village On The Plains” suggests it. Everywhere on campus there is a place that says “wait I need to Instagram that.” A picture is worth a thousand words and with Instagram on the rise of social media apps here are the top 10 things you need to Instagram before you graduate.
1. Jordan Hare Stadium…
Added by Kimberly Lansing on February 6, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Over the years Auburn University and its fans have received notoriety from visiting fans for their welcoming nature. After a weekend spent in Auburn, they leave with a lasting memory of the Auburn Family.
So, in light of Auburn’s upcoming rivalry games against the Georgia Bulldogs on Nov. 16 and the Alabama Crimson Tide on Nov. 30, it’s time to discuss five ways to make our football foes feel welcome in the Loveliest Village.
Added by Libby Horton on October 31, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
As the Toomer’s Oaks prepare to come down, Auburn University prepares to lose an iconic tradition that has brought the Auburn family together for decades.
Although fans will no longer be able to roll the famous oaks, Auburn University has plans to preserve the memories.
To commemorate the oaks, Auburn will be working with several licensed manufacturers to create mementos from the trees’ wood after their removal in late April.
All proceeds of…Continue
Added by Lindsay Miles on April 24, 2013 at 2:32pm — No Comments
Help identify these persons of interest. Anyone with information about these individuals or the incident should call Auburn Police at (334) 501-3100.…Continue
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This Sunday afternoon I was sitting at a picnic table on a patio in Kentucky talking to my wife's uncle about the football games from the day before (This is, of course, the typical way to spend Sunday in the South). At a short lull in the conversation I noticed that he was staring intently at the front bumper of my Santa Fe. I tried to follow his gaze, quietly wondering what in the world had so captivated his attention, when I realized he was looking at my newly installed Auburn University…Continue
Added by Chris Grimm on October 10, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
In 2002, Auburn University students began collecting acorns from the Toomer's Oaks in order to grow seedlings from the beloved trees. Many of the seedlings from the acorns were planted in an orchard,…Continue
Added by R. D. French on June 13, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
When news made way onto campus that the Toomer’s Oaks had been poisoned, many Auburn fans were left stunned in disbelief. A tradition that has been a part of the Auburn family for decades was now for the first time seeing signs of a real threat and uncertainty.
Added by Alex Kistler on March 1, 2011 at 3:46pm — No Comments
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
Added by William Stewart on February 28, 2011 at 10:25pm — No Comments
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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