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Get In Shape For Spring Break

With swimsuit weather right around the corner, it's the perfect time to start getting into shape. Laren Skaggs, an Auburn nutrition major, from Birmingham, Ala. gives her tips and advice on achieving the results you want before spring break. 



Skaggs stresses the importance of proper nutrition to get into shape. She says to always eat breakfast because it jump starts your metabolism. Eat several small meals throughout the day…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on February 27, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments

You Can't Kill Our Tradition

The future of Toomer's oaks has been decided this week. If the current oaks should die, they will be replaced with large trees and a temporary structure will be used to celebrate victories until their roots take hold. 




This decision was recommended by The Committee to Study the Future of Rolling Toomer's Corner after thorough research, surveys and consulting their experts. President Jay Gogue accepted the committee's recommendation this week,…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on February 6, 2012 at 5:03pm — No Comments

A Fashion Forward Auburn

Fashion majors at Auburn University are easy to spot for the most part. With one look at Haley Zoller, you can almost guess her major as she is strutting through campus, dressed trendy as can be.


Zoller is a junior in Apparel and Production Design. …


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on March 24, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Spring on the Plains

Among the hustle and bustle of Auburn students, comes reward season. First semester always seems to drag on, as the weather becomes cooler and most find, besides football, there is nothing exciting to look forward to except Christmas break. 

Spring time is a completely different story. When the flowers begin to bloom, so do the students. The warm weather is a beacon of hope, reminding students that their hard work is about to pay off through formals, weekend beach trips and…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on March 8, 2011 at 2:23pm — No Comments

A Corner to Remember

After the shocking news that Toomer's corner was poisoned, many Auburn fans were worried about the live oaks being a memory forever.


After the initial impact of the tragedy, ideas have been pouring in from all over. Talk of…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on February 28, 2011 at 11:39pm — No Comments

Library: Study Stigma?

Auburn students are proud that the Ralph Brown Draughon Library is the 95th largest library in the United States. From the students’ perspective, however, the amount of books is not what makes a library great, the quality of studying they get done there is.


Several students on campus gave their honest opinions about the Library’s pros and cons.  

Lauren Brown, a junior in Secondary Education, claims, “I love the library.…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on February 15, 2011 at 1:07pm — No Comments

All in the Auburn Family

On a Monday evening, leisurely walking through the Auburn student center, it was quiet, relaxed and almost empty, as most of the students were already at home. Upstairs, a few students were scattered around tables silently doing their homework. Walking past Papa John’s, however, several staff members were behind the counter, busy at work. It was an intriguing sight to see amidst the dim, lethargic student center, people quietly working so…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on February 8, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

For the Love of Baseball

Bobby Andrews

Major: Pre-Business


Bobby Andrews fit right into Auburn from the very first day. The freshman, from Columbus, GA, loved the environment and felt right at home. His love of baseball led him to try out for…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on February 1, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments

A Day To Remember

Saturday was a very special day for every member of the Auburn family. Hours before the gates to Jordan-Hare Stadium opened, a mix of…


Added by Jesica Ahlberg on January 25, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

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