"It’s really quiet around here without her today. She was the life of the party.”
By all means, bring true conservatives to campus, but not these attention-seeking agitators.
Out for a walk, I am trying to clear my head, the news about killing of Black citizens by the police tearing at my heart
The Olympics in Rio are over and the tales of the ridiculous and the sublime will now fade into the background. Our fascination
"Right now, she's staying with my sister. It's her and her three kids staying in an apartment back home."
In recent years the arms race has come to the training table where the team dietitian has been replaced by a team of dietitians, and gourmet chefs have been hired by athletic departments.
According to information from the massive database maintained by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse on data breaches, 30 educational institutions experienced data breaches in 2014. Five of the thirty schools actually had larger data breaches than the notorious Sony Hack.
We started this bright, glorious late-summer-blue-sky day at 8:00 a.m. in Lincoln, Illinois with the blessing of the bikes and the road (a very moving prayer) and the daily dedications to those who have suffered from cancer.
The population of Alabama is 4.8 million people. The population of Mississippi is just under 3 million. Compare this recruiting base with the almost 40 million people that live in the state of California.
Collinsworth was right. Carroll had watched the unbelievable Auburn-Alabama thriller of 2013, in which the Tigers scored
"She's a very lucky young lady," Dorsey said. When police arrived at the scene, officers found 22-year-old Lynsey Horne, still
A young woman who fell asleep on railroad tracks in Auburn walked away unscathed after a train passed over, police say. Several people called police Wednesday morning to report a woman was hit by an oncoming train at a railroad crossing between Ross and Gay Street. When officers arrived, they found 22-year-old Lynsey Horne of Salem still asleep on the tracks even after a train passed over her.