Stephen Lanzi | Campus Writer
When picking out her identifier as a Camp War Eagle counselor, Whitney Say showed her Louisiana roots when she thought of cropping her face onto a crawfish.
Since coming to school, all of Tyler Jorgensen’s Instagram captions had ended with the same hashtag: #collegenoparents.
At about 2:30 p.m. an APD officer on patrol attempted to pull over a vehicle traveling on Shug Jordan Parkway near Donahue Drive. A pursuit ensued for several blocks.
Waffle House is the best restaurant to cure a hangover not just because it has some of the best breakfast food in town, but because it gives you the Southern hospitality of Cracker Barrel minus the social pressure of making yourself look presentable.
Although Cook-Out has only been on The Plains for less than a semester, it has quickly become the restaurant with the best late night food in Auburn for many reasons.
All 87,451 sets of eyes fixated on the same thing: the iconic eagle making its way around Jordan-Hare just before kick-off. Other than rolling Toomer’s after a win, the eagle flying around the stadium is the best Auburn tradition because it epitomizes the essence of the Auburn Family.
Family, friends and faculty gathered in the Auburn Arena late Sunday afternoon to celebrate the spring commencement for both undergraduate and graduate degrees for the Raymond J.
Sydney Nicholas, a fourth-generation Auburn student, was hesitant to come to the Plains because she didn’t want to be seen as merely following in her family’s footsteps.
Jordan Carr found himself in this situation a few years ago, but he had no idea that by the end of his senior year, he would find himself pursuing a career in investment banking.
Plains to Plate, the only certified gluten-free restaurant on campus, saw its last day of operation on Friday as Tiger Dining will transition to a new food-service provider, Aramark, on May 7.