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Miss Auburn candidate Katie Phelan, junior in marketing, chose honesty and truthfulness to be the central points of her campaign. Phelan committed to this theme wholeheartedly. During the interview process, she said she did not prepare for questions because she wanted to be her most authentic self.
Catherine Bryant, junior in finance and biomedical sciences, is a Miss Auburn candidate who believes in “a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities,” her chosen line from the Auburn Creed, so much so that she is campaigning on these values.
Sasha Cohen, junior in architecture, is using her Miss Auburn platform to ask her fellow students to look within to create a more authentic student body. Her platform is rooted in the Auburn Creed line, “I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men.”
Miss Auburn is a representative of the people of Auburn, so Megan Ondrizek, junior in communication disorders, chose to focus her platform on the Auburn Family. To represent this, she chose the sixth line of the Auburn Creed: “I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all.”
Significant updates and new programs are underway for Auburn University’s Transportation Services, and The Plainsman recently spoke with its director, Don Andrae, about the details of each new development.
The last time that Auburn competed in the Big 12/SEC Challenge was two seasons ago in a win over TCU. A lot has changed in the last two years for Auburn: an SEC regular-season championship, an SEC Tournament Championship and a Final Four run.
For Samir Doughty, the senior guard from Philadelphia is defined by his toughness and trash-talking ability. In Auburn’s 80-76 win over Iowa State on Saturday, Doughty displayed his toughness as he was a crucial piece in fending off the furious Cyclone comeback.
College GameDay is heading to Auburn Arena.
Auburn’s third meet of the season got off to a slow start after a 9.650 from Jada Glenn, but a career-high 9.950 from Drew Watson quickly got the Tigers back on track en route to a 196.700-196.650 victory.
After starting the season 15-0, the Tigers suffered two consecutive surprise losses to SEC opposition on the road. While the Tigers fell 12 spots in the AP poll, questions began to rise over the formidability of the offense.
James Sadie, junior in finance, is centering his campaign around three pillars: safety and transportation, community and the word “elevate.”
Defense had been an issue for this Auburn team, but that changed Thursday night with its first SEC win of the season against Ole Miss, 59-43.
The Auburn 16-year-old charged in connection with the death of Rod and Paula Bramblett in a fatal vehicle crash was indicted by a Lee County grand jury.
Another Auburn home game, another opportunity for a freshman to showcase what the future might look like for the program.
Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele has signed a new deal that will keep him on staff through the 2022 season.
In many ways, this week’s SGA Senate was out of the ordinary.
The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump has barely begun, but the political drama inherent in such a process is already drawing the eyes of those on the Plains who either see a man guilty of abuse of power or a leader being falsely accused of betraying his oath of office.
Gus Malzahn has lost another assistant coach to Florida State.
People young and old zoomed through the newly opened skate park on bikes and skateboards Tuesday afternoon as the Auburn Chamber of Commerce and Opelika Chamber of Commerce held a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Auburn City Council members are expected to vote on a student housing moratorium in the coming weeks with an end date of May 27, 2020, according to the ordinance approved at the January Planning Commission meeting.