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When Football Came to the South

Free and open to the public! Speakers include Dr. Wayne Flynt, Professor Emeritus of History, Auburn University; Dr. Andy Doyle, Associate Professor of History, Winthrop University; and Mike Jernigan, editor emeritus, The Auburn Magazine. The program commemorates the 75th anniversary of the death of George Petrie, historian, professor, and coach of Auburn’s first…
September 6, 2022
Guest Posts

Constructing a Gold Standard on the Field & in the Future

Contributed by Auburn Athletics Student Communicator The world is ever-changing as we advance with new technologies and the industries that support it. With this comes even more construction for renovations and new buildings. How does that change co-exist with the world around us as we strive to keep the Earth…
December 1, 2019
Guest Posts

Protecting the Quarterback & Protecting our Earth

Offensive lineman Marquel Harrell knows he has an important job when he lines up on the field: protecting the quarterback. That’s a job he puts his heart and soul into, but there is another job he considers equally important off the field: protecting our earth. “I do my part by…
September 5, 2019

Green Game Highlights Sustainability Efforts in Athletics

Volunteers in athletics filling backpacks for the End Child Hunger in Alabama campaign. The AU Green Game vs. San Jose State on October 3rd celebrated the initiatives of Athletics in sustainability and invited fans to do their part to conserve resources, promote wellbeing, and protect the loveliest village on the…
Jen Morse
October 19, 2015

Tailgating Tips to Help Save Money & the Planet

It's time to break out the coolers, dust off the grill, and put up the tent, as we prepare for another great year of cheering on our Tigers.  The impact of our presence, however, isn't just felt by opponents inside Jordan-Hare, but all across campus as thousands of fans converge…
September 3, 2015