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10 Must-See Summer Music Festivals

By Jessica Klinner 1. Beale Street Music Festival If you’re looking to attend a music festival that caters to all types of music genres both new and old, look no further than the Beale Street Music Festival. Based out of Memphis, Tennessee, this diverse festival attracts people from all over the country

SGA Elections: A Look at the Three Candidates

By Caleb Conner [Please note that the AUMnibus has two staff members running for positions. Sethany Hagel is running for president, and Caleb Conner, the writer of this article, is running for a senate seat.] This Tuesday, March 25 at 9:00 a.m. until Wednesday, March 26 at 9 a.m. the Student Government

The Pearly Gates of Auburn

By Darrell Puckett There’s a new attitude in Auburn athletics brewing.  It’s been circulating in the atmosphere ever since athletic director Jay Jacobs hired Gus Malzahn.  Sunny Golloway was hired next to coach baseball, and then came Bruce Pearl for basketball.  Jacobs has potentially established himself with the ranks of Louisville

Holidays: Why Do We Do What We Do?

By Nikki Headley You wake up and realize that it’s Easter. This can only mean one thing: the Easter bunny came to visit. You walk to the living room to see your youngest brother bouncing up and down with anticipation. You see a large basket in his little hands. You look

Spring Break Playlists

By Jessica Klinner Spring break is finally here! After spending half of the semester freaking out about papers, deadlines and tests, it’s time to relax and unwind for a whole week. For many people, spring break is a week spent taking road trips with friends, beach days and fun nights out.

Smartphone Robots

By Nikki Headley You pull into the school parking lot and trudge to the main building. You pull out you phone and begin scrolling down your news feed. You trip on a rock and glance up to realize you are only halfway through the parking lot. You continue to walk when