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« Relay4 wrote on Friday, Feb 22 at 12:02 AM »
« AuGreeksOnTop wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 11:53 PM »
Crooks ran a pretty crooked campaign.
« MichaelMann wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 11:49 PM »
Hopefully Harrison can teach his followers how to be true Auburn gentlemen and ladies that do not flip off their opponent supporters and throw water balloons at them. I have been involved in SGA for four years, been to many call outs and have never seen a group like his. I believe an apology is in order to the other candidates sorority and campaign. I was there as a "GDI" involved on campus and disgusted how his fraternity or followers behaved. I have never been embarrassed to say I was involved in SGA events - I am now!
« AuGreeksOnTop wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 11:43 PM »
Sorry we dress normal and not like a hipster loser. Appropriate daytime attire: Tshirt or a button down (BrooksBros, Southen Tide, etc) PFG shorts, Levi's, or Khakis Cole Hahn shoes or boots If you don't like it, you don't have to live in the south and you can stick out like a sore thumb.
« AuGreeksOnTop wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 11:24 PM »
Congrats Harrison. Now do the Greek community right, buddy!
« AuGreeksOnTop wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 11:21 PM »
I'm sorry but Greeks are the ones keeping this student body together. We are a community and those who don't want to be part of it aren't, which is their choice. But it is just that, a choice. It is not as though they are being discriminated against and don't have a fair chance to run for SGA positions. Greek life is about fun, brotherhood/sisterhood, philanthropy, a sense of community, the best parties, and key word here: networking. Lets stop acting like the Greek Community is some big bad enemy that independents can't stand up against. Generally, the independents I encounter have a chip on their shoulder because they are looked down upon on campus, and are not motivated the way Greeks are... and there lies the problem. We are encouraged to be involved on campus by our greek organizations because we know we are the future of Auburn. Therefore we work hard for our block seating at football games, we work hard for our positions within our organizations, the IFC, and SGA. It is not handed to us because we are Greek. Most of the Greeks on campus are the cream of the crop of the student body, obviously they are going to be more involved on campus. We work to better the University. Be glad you have us, we're willing to put in the work that independents clearly don't. Don't hate the Greek community because we have more fun are better looking, and run this place.
« stoneyman wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 08:23 PM »
AU so needs a MACHINE to get rid of those damn spades! long live theta nu epsilon!
« iamroy wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 03:27 PM »
If you are trying to say in this headline that the softballs themselves fell short to Georgia State then it should be "softballs fall short." But I don't know how that's possible since a softball can't fall short! Also the first sentence makes it sound like the TIgers lost their second game that was on Wednesday. A more accurate sentence would say "The softball team fell for a second straight time in a 4-1 loss to Georgia State Wednesday, Feb. 20." Just trying to help! I love journalism! Also Why do I have to type in the weird letters before I leave a comment
« iamroy wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 03:20 PM »
I boycotted Sea N Suds every summer from 1991 to 1996 and ate at the Pink Pony Pub every time I went there because they would not refill the all you can eat crab claws plus Pink Pony had a nicer view. I'm currently boycotting Niffer's for the same reason but with corn nuggets. Being a journalist is about finding the story! I think Callie nailed this one and should keep up the great work!! I think Callie should keep up the great work!!
« mcgraea wrote on Thursday, Feb 21 at 12:15 PM »
How do you expect her to investigate? She's boycotting!
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