Aidan Lambrecht | Lifestyle Writer
According to a study by Chew et al, participants who listened to familiar music scored higher in most tasks compared to those who listened to new music or who completed them in silence.
Though taking place inside just a single, unremarkable living room, this production of Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage” manages to keep its audience riveted throughout its short runtime. It is one long discussion that is at the same time stressful and awkward and funny and, above all, enjoyable.
As the The Sound Wall opened to host its first Opelika Songwriter’s Night, a small Pomeranian named Gucci scurried toward everyone who entered to greet attendees.
The Auburn Regional Bartender of the Year Competition brought out the best in its contestants.
The story of a young woman with immutable values, AU Theatre’s production of Jean Anouilih’s 'Antigone' was vibrant and active, easily accessible for both those who are theater veterans or who have never seen a play before.
Located in the Collaboration Station in Opelika, NERDtorch Cafe seeks to remind customers of the memories they had as children playing games with friends after school.
Each Auburn student will have to get around campus for four or more years, so finding a method of transportation that is quick, efficient and enjoyable is an integral part of streamlining their time at Auburn.
When it comes to sleeping, the amount you get can be more crucial than you think.
Don’t set high expectations when you are cooking something for the first time. Your first tacos will not be as good as Belle's mom’s.