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« codelemur wrote on Tuesday, Sep 30 at 09:48 AM »
I can assure you that the "history" of Auburn's eagles goes back much, much further than 2000 and the first free flighting. You might want to talk with Alpha Phi Omega, the service fraternity that cared for the various eagles for 40 years.
« Mac0020 wrote on Friday, Sep 26 at 04:45 PM »
« Mac0020 wrote on Friday, Sep 26 at 04:44 PM »
Although great recycling efforts have been made on campus, some are left undone. For example, the facilities employees in Lowder laugh at the recycling bins because at the end of the day they say that they "put the recycling in the same bags as the trash and it all goes to the same place - the dumpster." My friend who works in Foy hall says that this happens in that building as well. Recycling looks good on the outside for sustainability purposes, but it only matters if the items are actually being recycling.
« DaCampusKid wrote on Wednesday, Sep 03 at 10:26 PM »
I feel like this article should have mentioned what The Cambridge is and/or where it is located. I had to Google it to find out, and that makes this article a failure in my book.
« TKDacus wrote on Wednesday, Sep 03 at 09:10 AM »
"Their" should be "they're" in the quote by the candidate Leanne Portera.
« notBen wrote on Friday, Aug 29 at 07:53 PM »
Good article, but it does sound like someone has an axe to grind. Is the new shuttle actually worse? The only thing I could tell from reading, "Although these changes are only a few weeks old, it’s obvious they were poorly planned," was that the writer on this doesn't like the new system, but I really have no idea why. I don't even know if the system really is "poorly planned." And perhaps while calling the SGA, you can ask for a quote from them on why they feel this is a measure that should be enacted, it's doubtful that they are actually looking for ways to hurt their fellow students.
« renee2gk wrote on Thursday, Aug 28 at 04:11 PM »
What a shame! It was probably a prank done by some fraternity or some other kids thinking it would be a great joke to pull. The writers and photographers put a lot of time and effort to bring the university up to date on what's happening on campus. It's a benefit that is free, and some jokers abused that privilege.
« DaCampusKid wrote on Tuesday, Aug 26 at 04:16 PM »
Jordan Hays is male. Just sayin'.
« aufan75 wrote on Monday, Aug 25 at 03:34 AM »
Auburn basketball will be lifted to heights they haven't seen since 1999.
« ceciladkins wrote on Sunday, Aug 24 at 09:46 AM »
"In providing students and faculty with a gun locker, the University has done nothing at all." Jordan, the locker at least provides a safe place to store weapons so they're not stolen from the glove box, the purse covered with a towel on the back floorboard, or under the seat where most women like yourself store it. It's ripe pickings for the car burglars, so stick that in your pipe and smoke it.
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