Everyone in school at Auburn before 1970 talks about the raincoats. Having to wear a raincoat even when it’s sunny is the kind of thing that sticks with you.
From Diamond Doll to Diamond Doll: Former actress and pro wrestling personality Kimberly Page reminisces about her days on the Plains
Once upon a time, Kimberly Page was an Auburn Diamond Doll. She was an AOPi and a wonderful student. She made good grades, great grades. She graduated magna cum laude in 1990 with a degree in public relations and journalism, and went to grad school at Northwestern. She was on her way to a promising […]
An Auburn Transplant in Philly: AU grad asks Bama fan friend to get an Auburn tattoo in return for her kidney
1996 Auburn psychology graduate Becca Coluntano and Chad Watkins met at the gym. It didn’t take long. They’re cut from the same cloth. They talk the same trash — one about Alabama, one about Auburn. One day in 2004, Becca walked in in an Auburn shirt, not thinking twice about it, encountering the enemy at a […]
‘It’s Jordan, like the stadium’: For Georgia fan turned Auburn engineer, the correct pronunciation struggle is very real — and personal
Auburn civil engineering grad student Jordan Nakayama’s struggle cries out for the desperate need for revival!
Bill Holbrook’s ‘The Thing That Ate Auburn’
The Plainsman has had some great cartoonists over the college years. But there was this stretch from the early 70s through the early 80s where there was some real, like, graphic novel quality stuff happening in the editorial pages. Case in pointiest: “Kevin and Kell,” “Safe Havens,” and “On The Fastrack” creator Bill Holbrook‘s copyrighted […]