With the turning of the seasons to the cooler months, the two major hot beverages, coffee and tea, will be popping up more and more around campus. Coffee and tea seem to have a lot of similarities, but also a lot of differences.
Although living sustainably might seem like a large undertaking, Nelson and Parrish insist that even the smallest, seemingly insignificant actions can make the biggest impact.
The women said that once the conversation is no longer taboo, women can begin to feel more comfortable with their bodies and in their sexuality.
“We dip each finger in the colored powder over a period of three layers,” said Tyler Le, owner of Luxury Nail Spa on North College Street, explaining the process of SNS. “This process lasts longer and leads to no damaged nails.”
The spring 2019 exhibition will be based off of philosopher Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay, “Notes on Camp.”
The farm is family friendly with all activities being enjoyed by both young and old visitors. The farm offers a short hayride which takes people to and from the main pumpkin patch area. For others wanting to walk and take in the scenery, the pumpkins aren’t a far stroll from the main entrance.
The "Acts of Kindness" title was chosen because the goal of this year is to come together to celebrate Alabama whilst addressing problems — past and present — and how they can be solved through kindness.
In his new collaboration with his “La La Land” director Damien Chazelle, Gosling has found his best of these sort of roles to date: Neil Armstrong, the American who became the first man to set foot on the moon.
When Sloan Kiechel was 3 years old, her mom, Susan Kiechel, was diagnosed with Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy.
At 20 years old, Laiken Baumgartner is the youngest winner of the Ms. Hooters International pageant. She reigns as the winner for the year of 2018. Aside from this, she also landed the cover page spot on the 2019 Hooters calendar.
Reid Haughton, a sophomore in marketing at Auburn, has already achieved major career milestones as a musician.
With increased awareness of sustainable shopping, the rise of the “girl boss” movement and the beginning of the body positive era, social movements have become an integral part of the fashion industry.
Those from this region who have come to Auburn University are trying their best to prepare their sunny wardrobe for some real autumn and winter weather.
Tori Hogan, freshman in apparel merchandising and design, has started her own fashion business on her bedroom floor.