The shooting left three men dead, including two former auburn University football players, and three others wounded.
The Rev. J.C. Austin is director of the Center for Church Life at auburn Theological Seminary.
The Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson is president of the auburn Theological Seminary in New York City.
From auburn to Army, at these colleges people rabidly support their basketball squads—no matter how squalid.
Watch Tim Cook deliver the 2010 commencement speech at auburn.
Between Andy Bishop and this formidable giant from auburn was but the brave little daughter inside the hut.
Flame-colour is a mixture of auburn and dun; dun of white and black; yellow of white and auburn.
There is one other great holiday privilege at auburn, which some of the convicts appreciate more than I did.
There were two gold-plated and two rubber ones of an auburn hue.
The morning sun, about four hours high, played through his rumpled hair, the auburn gleaming like flame.
early 15c., from Old French auborne, from Medieval Latin alburnus "off-white, whitish," from Latin albus "white" (see alb). It came to English meaning "yellowish-white, flaxen," but shifted 16c. to "reddish-brown" under influence of Middle English brun "brown," which also changed the spelling.