Lauren Pieper | Lifestyle Writer
On the Haley Concourse in February 2019, Auburn University students may have noticed ambassadors of Guayaki passing out an herbal tea called yerba mate. The beverage, free to passing students, is known to be a South-American herbal tea that has many health benefits, but actually has a lesser-known health cost.
Ella Langley’s music career began sitting at the piano singing notes with her grandparents before she could talk. As a college student, she has found success playing gigs in downtown Auburn after her sorority sisters encouraged her to give performing a shot.
Natalie Hermes, senior in interdisciplinary studies, is doing her part by donating $14 from every necklace she sells to Saint Michael’s Catholic Church’s tornado relief.
Recently, 126 women have been chosen to be Pi Chis for 2019 fall formal sorority recruitment.
Small towns are not typically hubs for entrepreneurial success; however, when Kevin McCarley saw a need for safe transportation, he got to work on his business.
In the film genre class taught by Andrea Kelley, there is much in-class discussion on today’s multimedia pieces; specifically movies. With the annual Academy Awards airing on Feb. 24, the class and Kelley have their predictions for who the Oscars will go to.
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To buy a water bottle on campus everyday might seem like it’s convenient, but according to Morse, it is definitely not.
From a young age, she has been drawing pictures of clothes and claiming to be a future designer. However, her journey in college has not always been on the path it is now.
Alabama is facing a highly contagious strain of the flu right now, and students are becoming more and more affected, especially if they are in close quarters with someone who is infected.