The Wizarding World of Harry Potter returned to the Plains as Auburn University’s Engineers Without Borders hosted the second “Quidditch for Quesimpuco” tournament at the Auburn University Intramural fields on Sunday, Oct. 30.
Katie Gauthier, Secretary for Engineers Without Borders and “Qudditch for Quesimpuco”…Continue
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Going to school or work can be a drag. Both require hard work, long hours and often take time away from what we wish we could be doing. For Auburn High School senior, Joy Gilbert, school offers a place where she can work and do what she loves-study marine biology.
Gilbert is part of a program at Auburn High School…Continue
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One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. In an effort to educate women about this disease the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will actively participate in the annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month takes place every October and in an effort to inform people…Continue
Added by Morgan Powell on September 28, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
People often say that a dog is a man’s best friend. What people don’t realize is that cats can be great, fury friends too, which is why the Lee County Humane Society is holding it’s first-ever Football Feline Free-for-All to encourage those who can to adopt cats.
During the football season the LCHS will offer…Continue
Added by Morgan Powell on September 19, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
After going 2-0 in its first two games, Auburn football will travel to Clemson this week in what has become a rivalry between the Tigers from the SEC and the Tigers from the ACC.
While students and fans are excited about the Auburn-Clemson game, some are even more excited about the NFL game that is taking place the next…Continue
Added by Morgan Powell on September 12, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Tailgates will continue and tan lines will return to the Plains this fall when country super star Luke Bryan comes to the Auburn Arena to perform his Tanlines and Tailgates concert series on November 18.
The November 18 concert will take place the Friday before the Auburn-Sanford game and will be an excellent place for students, residents and visitors to celebrate the night before the homecoming game. However, it will take a lot of preparation by Auburn Arena staff to prepare…Continue
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