Time in college is a precious thing. Things slip through the cracks. Before you know it, it’s dinner time and you have no food in the fridge, or maybe you woke up for your 8 a.m. class to realize that you don’t have so much as a granola bar in the pantry. We looked into the best meal and grocery delivery services to reduce stress and save time.
It is difficult in college to make date night happen. Whether it be money or time, there always seems to be an excuse. We’ve complied a list of quick and cheap date ideas in and around Auburn, so you and that special someone can spend some time outside before it gets too chilly.
We all know that Auburn’s campus can be crowded and chaotic at times. But many people don’t realize that Auburn’s campus is also full of many secluded spots. We’ve compiled a list of some of them, so you’ll know where to escape to when you need a little alone time.
The Rec is huge, but with roughly 27,000 students that have access, it can be overwhelming at times. Skipping a workout because you don't want to deal with people is a sad excuse, so here are a few of the best times to hit the gym and avoid the crowds.
When left unspoken, body image issues can become poisonous, affecting your mind and emotions, and in the worst cases, your health. It’s time to create an open dialogue about eating disorders and what they do to one’s overall health.
Once you make sure you have nice weather, a good location and great company, all that stands in the way of you and the perfect picnic is a well-packed basket. Follow this checklist to make sure you’ve got all the essentials, plus more!
On June 21, we’ll celebrate the first (official) day of summer – the longest day of the year. If you’re in Auburn for the summer, then you’ll have about 14 hours and 17 minutes of daylight, and we don’t want you to waste a single second.