Caroline Stone | Intrigue Writer
The first game day of the year was finally here, and I was in Atlanta, far from the excitement, at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum.
This month’s Biggin Gallery installation addresses both the Black Lives Matter movement and the lives of refugees in a mixture of modern art.
Jillian Mayer, an artist from South Florida, uses her art to address the effect that technology has on a smart phone and internet dependent society.
Mary Lauren Mitchell decided to leave her home of Tauranga, New Zealand and travel to the United States of America for her degree.
Reading for fun is a concept that some college students find foreign, while others would never dream of giving it up.
A certain group of first-year Auburn students most likely are still a bit clueless about Auburn’s campus and Alabama in general. For those students, here is an out-of-state student’s guide to living in Alabama.
There are many pros and cons to living on and off campus; you could have a stubborn roommate, an unexpected best friend, an inconvenient location or a room five minutes from your class.
Move-in day – a stressful day filled with hours spent out in the sun, waiting in line for elevators, heaving furniture up stairs and unpacking endless boxes full of items you probably don’t actually need. You may have met your roommate for the first time or perhaps this time you greeted your best friend and roommate for the past three years. Housing is a crucial part of the Auburn experience and it can make or break your year. There are many pros and cons to living on and off campus.
Rose McLarney, 2011 and 2013 National Poetry Series winner, covered all of this and more during the first Third Thursday Poetry Reading of the semester at the Jule Collins Smith Museum.