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It's officially that time of year. The temperature is finally dropping, the leaves are falling, and the fall outfits are starting to appear. Although, it seems the time isn’t the only thing changing this time of year. Students are trying to push through and find ways to make it to, what can be said to be, one of the campus's favorite holidays, Thanksgiving.
Auburn was busy both on the road and at home this week, as various teams collected a number of wins. Here's where the Tigers were in action this week and how they fared:
It was an emotional Saturday night in Jordan-Hare Stadium, as Auburn scraped by Texas A&M 13-10.
It was obvious all week that a breakthrough was brewing for Auburn. From a near comeback over Mississippi State, the opening of a new football facility to a weekend of overcast, moody weather. It was only a matter of time.
It was not always pretty, but Auburn grinded its way to a 67-59 win over South Florida Friday night led by Wendell Green Jr.’s 20 points and senior Allen Flanigan’s 18 points.
Freshman Kendal Kemp broke the Auburn record for most blocks in a single season (144) en route to Auburn’s 3-1 win against Ole Miss on Friday night.
Tis' the season of Friendsgiving, and Auburn students are here for it. The large, Thanksgiving-themed meal eaten with friends on or before the holiday serves as a way for friends to join together and celebrate the holiday with their own version of Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes.
On Nov. 11, the Board of Trustees held a meeting in which they approved several facilities-related measures, as well as several research and outreach efforts.
Auburn Speaks, the biannual public speaking competition, took place on Thursday at the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center.
On Thursday night, the Auburn Tigers secured their second win of the season against the fast-paced South Alabama Jaguars, 72-61, without head coach Johnnie Harris and two key players.
As new Director of Athletics John Cohen enters the ring for Auburn, many are wondering what the future holds outside of football-filled Saturdays.
Author Timothy Bella comes on to discuss his latest novel, "Barkley," and the ins and outs of the writing process along, with his career as a writer.
After a dynamic season opener, the Auburn Tigers overcame their first official game against the George Mason, 70-52. The Jungle proved to be a fearsome place for George Mason as the fans created an electric game environment.
The SGA approved a new $50,000 lighting project for the Campus Green along with resolutions to release grades the week before final exams and create new waterlines to implement more food trucks throughout campus.
After almost completing a 21-point comeback against Mississippi State, the Auburn Tigers return to what will be a sold-out Jordan Hare Stadium to face the Texas A&M Aggies. Auburn fell in overtime, 39-33, in Starkville last week and looks to snap a five-game losing streak.
Members of the Auburn Plainsman break down the midterm election results and what they could mean for the future of Alabama and the country.
As “Dancing in the Moonlight” by King Harvest rang out across the ballroom floor at Katie Britt’s watch party just before the polls closed at 7 p.m., it would foreshadow a clean sweep by Republicans in races up and down the ballot in Alabama.
Auburn women’s basketball started its regular season off in the right direction as they took down Sam Houston 90-76 Tuesday night.
James Owens’ path was always going to be a lonely one. As the first Black football player at Auburn in 1969, how could it not be?