The sound of large, sweaty men smashing into each other heralded the commencement of the Auburn University Rugby Football Club’s spring season. The club has been working hard to revitalize its reputation, on and off the pitch, to make Auburn University proud.
Added by Hannah Patterson on February 19, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Over the years, toilet paper flapping carelessly in the famous Toomer’s oak trees on the corner of College Road and Magnolia Avenue is a common sight during football season or various Auburn University events.
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However, April 20 marks the last day the 130-year-old oaks will be wrapped up and covered with toilet…Continue
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Auburn University’s alumni fosters the Auburn spirit and lives out the Auburn Creed by staying connected with their nationwide network of 98 Auburn clubs. These clubs come together to share their love for Auburn, serving to better their communities and work with the Alumni Association to raise money for scholarships as well as welcome new students from their areas on their way to Auburn.
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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
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On Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, The Hotel at Auburn University (AUHCC) was the host of two tiger cubs. The 10- week old tiger cubs Celyon & Fatima were the talk of campus.
Almost every student you passed on the concourse or sat next to in class on Friday was talking about going to see these tiger cubs.
Although Auburn is home of…Continue
Added by Jessica Smith on September 20, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Two days ago, a bomb threat forced the campus of Louisiana State University (better known as LSU) to undergo a mass evacuation. History tells us that when a crisis strikes a major university—whether it be a bomb threat or the child molestation scandal that recently rocked Penn State University—it never strikes that university alone. There is always a ripple effect; a wave of paranoia that permeates campuses all across the country. Questions pour in from all corners: could something similar…Continue
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Colby Honey is a freshman at Auburn University this year. The Muscle Shoals, AL native grew up in a family that yelled “War Eagle” proudly and attended football games each season. However, this past week, Honey experienced his first football game as an Auburn student.
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Morgan Jackson is a junior at Auburn University majoring in English. Jackson is hoping to one-day work as a sports analyst and broadcaster for ESPN. She is also the daughter of the1985 Heisman trophy winner, Vincent “BO” Jackson.
Bo Jackson will be honored this Saturday, April 14 at Auburn University’s spring A-Day game in the form of the…Continue
Saturday, April 14, 2012, is a day full of events. This year both the Auburn University Spring Football game and the Alpha Psi Rodeo will be held.
The spring game is where all Auburn fans can come out and see the team scrimmage each other and show off what the following fall season has in store. It is a big hit with the students as well…Continue
Added by Taylor Pierce on April 6, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
On any football Saturday on the plains, Auburn fans pile into Jordan-Hare stadium to watch the Tigers play, but for Ric Smith it’s a much different game day experience. Smith just finished his sixth season as the voice of the Auburn Tigers.
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Growing up an Auburn fan, Smith has always been connected to Auburn whether going to games or…Continue
Added by Morgan Seeley on February 15, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
"I would say the graphics in the new Madden are some of the best I have seen so far," said Quenten Gabay, a Madden enthusiast and senior studying hotel and restaurant management.
Electronic Arts, publisher of the popular football video game series, has spared no expense making sure that this Madden was the…Continue
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Jana Tarleton loves all things Auburn. She loves Auburn football, the Auburn spirit,the Auburn family and Auburn University. With a personality that fits the color orange itself, she is like a fiery ball of sunshine, pleasant and powerful at the same time. A strong seasoned southern accent accompanies her voice, a sign of years of experience in the South.
Most days, Tarleton is dressed head to toe in orange and blue, accompanied by an orange purse. Even her cell phone is…
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Freshmen year can be a huge transition for some, but for Bennet Elcan it has come as a breeze. Born…Continue
Added by Laura Lazas on February 1, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Over 78,000 fans came out to support their Auburn Tigers on Saturday. Unlike a normal day at Jordan-Hare Stadium, however, the victory was already won. With 22-19 on the scoreboard and students covering the field, the Auburn family celebrated the BCS championship win over Oregon on January 10.…Continue
Added by Maggie Daley on January 27, 2011 at 7:35pm — No Comments
It felt like game day in January on Saturday as approximately 78,000 Auburn fans poured into Jordan-Hare Stadium for the National Championship celebration. The celebration took place at 1 p.m. and lasted for an hour.
The city of Auburn was crowded as if it were a normal game day during football season. Auburn fans, decked in their orange and blue attire, waited in lines to enter the stadium nearly two hours before the event. Some even chose to tailgate before and after. Admission…
Added by Nicole Thomason Hardekopf on January 27, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Pulling onto campus most would think Auburn was getting ready for a regular weekend of SEC football. With roughly 78,000 people on campus, they were actually celebrating the most important win of the year for the Auburn family — the BCS National…Continue
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