As if 1977 wasn’t a confusing enough time to start Auburn, the university decided to put this freaky little friend on the cover of its Freshman Orientation Brochure. Seriously, what’s up with that giant death palm (with bonus wart?)? It’s terrifying. It’s only worse on the inside. You wouldn’t want that little fella looking at […]
In the summer of 1972, The Plainsman asked Auburn students about their sex lives and their drug habits and their church attendance and their thoughts on abortion and who they wanted to see they wanted to see on the presidential ballot and all other stuff.
Were those red stains in the parking lot just ketchup? Hopefully.
Rarest among the clips Lulu-vision has been killing it with lately: the Bo Jackson featurette that aired during the broadcast of the 1985 Heisman Trophy ceremony. It probably comes across even rarer because, judging by the voice over, the producers thought it was supposed to be a 1970s educational film (so yeah, it’s too bad […]
n 1892, Anthony Foster McKissick, the first director of Auburn’s first electrical engineering laboratory, helped lay the foundation for Auburn football as the Tigers’ first center. Four years later, he helped do the same for a scientific breakthrough that changed the world.