Wake up Auburn, it’s War of the Roses. From dunk tanks on the concourse to field days, campus is buzzing about this one.
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Welcome back, Auburn! From the opening of new restaurants to changes in the state senate, plenty has happened in the last three months. For those that spent their summer away from The Plains, a recap is in order. Here’s what happened in The Loveliest Village while students were gone:
The price tags don’t lie. Fast fashion is cheap. According to New York Magazine, the average product at H&M retails for $18. That final price includes raw material cost, manufacturing, packaging, shipping, operating costs and labor, all topped off with a company markup.
Valentine’s Day: most who celebrate it will agree the holiday comes with much more than just x’s and o’s.
‘Tis the season — to stop giving basic hostess gifts. While most can agree just about anything is better than showing up empty-handed, here are some gifts that will guarantee an invite back.
It is no secret that Auburn does not see the coldest winters in the country, but that does not mean students cannot dress the part. Not sure how? No problem. According to Auburn students, it is all in the accessories.
The start of November marks a few things: temperatures cool down, Target begins to stock the shelves with Christmas decor and swimsuit season becomes a rearview memory.
No bones day: let’s talk about the social media trend with over 4.3 million followers.
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The line for 1716 wrapped around the block. It was Aug. 16, a rainy Monday night cold enough to give anyone without long-sleeves the goosebumps and the downtown bar was packed from front to back.
Fall break marks a few things. It is the beginning of fall festivities, the calm after midterms and for some students, the chance to go home for a long weekend.
Meet Chris Smith: the second-generation Auburn grad that is building Auburn from the ground up ... in Minecraft.
Work hard, play hard: Auburn students agree they know how to do both. From widely renowned Auburn institutions to downtown newcomers, Auburn offers a variety of places to kick off a night out.
In its entirety, Auburn boasts upwards of 10 barbecue spots within its city limits. While there are a few chain restaurants thrown into the mix, Auburn’s barbecue scene is primarily made up of locally owned businesses.
While it’s no New York Fashion Week, the Loveliest Village on the Plains still has trends to offer for the local fashion scene.
The pumpkin spice latte: love it or hate it, one thing is for sure — everyone has heard of it. With fall around the corner, it feels like each Starbucks-lover has an opinion on the flavor.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story used the maiden name of Heather Brown instead of her married name. The Plainsman regrets this error.