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As the holiday season comes to a close, saving and man-aging money can seem difficult, if not impossible. However, it can be easy to save money with simple tips that will last through the new year.
Joining The Plainsman will provide students with more than just clips to put on an application — but if that’s what you need, you’ll get an abundance of it — it will also give you relationships that will last.
Auburn was 24 seconds away from glory. But in this rivalry, time is of the essence and every second left on the clock matters.
Ahead of Saturday's game between Auburn and Alabama, The Plainsman's Caleb Jones spoke with The Crimson White's Ashlee Woods to talk about the matchup. Here's some questions that Woods answered about Alabama.
On the heels of a three-game losing streak, Auburn is one win above .500 and is about to face the No. 3 team in the nation.
Behind a flurry of dunks and another career game by Jabari Smith, Auburn handled Syracuse 89-68 to take fifth place in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament on Friday.
The regular season ended in less-than-ideal fashion for Auburn when it was swept in straight sets for the fifth-consecutive match against Mississippi State on Friday.
Auburn bounced back, and did so in dominating fashion.
With the age of social media and advanced technology, the classic task of sitting down and reading a novel appears more unfamiliar than ever before.
WeParlay has developed a web app that will allow users to never buy another business card.
Auburn will close out its time in The Bahamas with a chance to lock up fifth place in the 2021 Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament when it faces Syracuse later today at 3:30 p.m. CST.
It was a cold, cloudy day in December when the University of Alabama traveled to Auburn for the first time in the Iron Bowl’s history. It was so cold that some Alabama fans bought Auburn gear to fight the cold.
It’s been a tough stretch over the last two weeks for Auburn volleyball. Four matches, four losses and four sweeps.
Following a two-game road trip where the Tigers went 1-1, Auburn women’s basketball will be back on its home court on Friday when it takes on Charleston Southern. It will be the fourth all-time meeting between the two schools as Auburn looks to bounce back from Wednesday’s loss with a win.
After Wednesday’s double-overtime loss to UConn, there were no tired legs on the floor for the Tigers against Loyola Chicago on Thursday. The No. 19 Tigers defeated Loyola Chicago 62-53, advancing to the loser’s upper bracket in the Battle 4 Atlantis for their game on Friday.
Since Feb. 22, 1893, the Iron Bowl has been a staple part of college football and arguably one of its best rivalries. The tradition doesn’t just lie in the competition of the Iron Bowl, it also lies in a tradition of dramatic wins and miracle moments for the Auburn Tigers.
It’s a quick turnaround for Bruce Pearl and the Auburn Tigers. After a long, hard-fought, double-overtime loss against No. 22 UConn, they’re going to have to do it all over again this afternoon.
Auburn basketball may be in The Bahamas this week, but next year's Thanksgiving week plans are already set.
Auburn basketball dropped its first game of the season in a double-overtime thriller to No. 22 UConn 115-109 on Wednesday. It was the first game for both teams in this year's Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament hosted in Paradise Islands, Bahamas.