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How to Spend Your Snow Day

By Nikki Headley You check your email to find that school has been cancelled. You glance out the window and see a blanket of snow on the ground… in Alabama. Okay so maybe this isn't how you found out AUM cancelled classes and closed the campus, but it’s a nice thought.

The 2014 Senior Bowl

  By Darrell Puckett The Senior Bowl is a game that has many implications, but foremost it compliments unspoken players.  It contains unspoken referrals to players that are not consistently in the spotlight and posses necessary tools for NFL status.  This Senior Bowl was by far one of the most one-sided games

Welcome to The Armchair Quarterback

By Darrell Puckett People who listen to radio or podcasts all want one thing, entertainment.  The ear listens and judges for itself without introduction.  In the world of sports radio, people are quick to say Dan Patrick, Colin Cowherd, Tim Brando, Mike and Mike, and Paul Finebaum are the ‘elitist.’  There’s

Top 10 Viral Videos of 2013

By Jessica Klinner Nothing unites everyone in the world more than a viral video. They make us laugh. They inspire us. They may even confuse us. These videos are the ones that we all enjoy watching because so many other enjoy watching them as well. At the end of every year

Filezilla

  By Matt Estes The internet is huge, with millions of websites at our disposal. Each website has content, and there are many ways to get content from a person's computer to the internet. Some methods, however, are easier than others. As webmaster for the AUMnibus, a program called Filezilla makes my job

Breathing Equals Living

By Nikki Headley You feel you bare feet sliding on the mat below you. The instructor holds the pose effortlessly. You huff and then you cave. You fall face first onto the mat feeling talentless when it comes to Pilates and, perhaps in that moment, even in everything that you do.

The Heart of a Tiger

  By Darrell Puckett The season of dreams has finally come to an end for Auburn, but it was well worth the wait.  No one believed that AU was capable of achieving success, such as the SEC championship and BCS title game birth.  The SEC’s lead opinion-maker, Paul Finebaum, didn’t even have

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