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The Hopeful Promise of Braves Baseball

By Darrell Puckett Braves fans have been in shambles for many Octobers because of late season heartbreak. They have been disheartened with consistent mediocre September play. It’s hard for any fan base to consistently see their team disappoint them every season, and having other people judge the fan base's integrity based

10 Surprising Banned Books

By Jessica Klinner This week (September 22-28) marked the 31st anniversary of Banned Books Week.  Starting in 1982, the week was established to recognize books that have been censored, challenged, and banned in libraries and school throughout the country. The week is also a time to celebrate the freedom to read.

Making an Impression at AUM’s Career Fair

By Lisa Ranieri AUM’s Career Development Center hosted its Career Job Fair in the Taylor Center on Thursday where 27 employers attended. For some AUM students, it’s almost time to graduate and find a job to begin a career. Others are scoping out a future job and networking with future employers. Within the

Classic Game Review: Super Mario Bros.

By Matthew Estes   It's hard to imagine that there is any other fictional character more recognizable to the world's cultural consciousness than Mario. It all started with this game, the Nintendo Entertainment System classic Super Mario Bros.  Put simply, this game introduced the world to everything it knows about modern video gaming.

Is Sad Music Sad?

PBS Idea Channel brings up an interesting question. Is sad music inherently sad, or are we simply trained to hear music that way? Check out the video. What do you think? What are some of your favorite sad songs? Tell un in the comments below.

The Pay for Play Analysis

By Darrell Puckett Every morning I wake up and go to work expecting for a pay check on Friday, but the controversy surrounding college athletics is if they should get paid for their efforts. I have composed two different perspectives about payment of college athletes that will challenge the individual thought

Montgomery’s 10 Best Kept Secrets

By Jessica Klinner Having lived in Montgomery my entire life, I will be the first person to complain about how boring it is, but if you look hard enough, you’ll find that Montgomery isn’t all that terrible. The city is filled with historical monuments and museums, delicious locally owned restaurants and

Computers Then and Now

It's safe to say computers have come a long way. Check out this article from an AUMnibus issue in 1975. This was back when personal computers were in their infancy. What do you think? Would you still like to be working with computers like this? Let us know in the comments.

CCleaner: Get Your Computer Running Faster

By Matthew Estes People who know how to work on computers knows the drill by now. They get a call from a friend or a family member complaining about how his or her computer is acting incredibly show. When that call occurs, said computer geek is already reaching for his flash

I Forgot My Phone

Taking a step away from educational videos for a week, today's video by charstarleneTV is an eye-opening commentary on just how addicted society is to its smartphones. This video's popularity took off a few weeks ago as people realized this is a realistic visualization of daily life. I do not have a