In 1919, five members of the Auburn football team, that year’s eventual Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association champions, formed a secret society, a fraternity of sorts: Zeta Sigma. Initiation requirements? Just one—drive to Montgomery and score with Zelda Sayre.
The company assures its customers that “whenever you drink Tiger, wherever you drink Tiger, it tastes exactly how we mean it to taste.”
In her first look into the ritual and recipes of Auburn tailgating, TWER columnist Jennie Henderson finds that for the Vaughans, tailgating is like a weekly holiday.
The Sunday night crack rock that is AMC’s Mad Men had TWER HQ digging with nostalgic gusto for a certain ad from The Auburn Plainsman, circa 1960.
The SnorgTees Girl takes a trip down memory line in viral Tiger Rags vintage.