Boring day? These hilarious memories will put a smile on your face and take you back to your days as an undergrad. Relive your wild days and share your memories with us at here.
What is the memory that makes you laugh hardest today?
“Amidst the Paris Peace Talks over the Viet Nam War, Auburn became known for what turned out to be quite a diversion from the worries of the world. The ancient tradition of panty raids was displaced temporarily by the 1970's fad of campus streaking. Streaking was supposedly invented at Auburn. One of the Glomeratas documents the the way it was at Auburn in or around 1971. As I recall, our chapter did have member(s) who contributed to the phenomenon. The fad spread across the nation before fading out. Streaking even made for one of the more memorable (forgetable) scenes in the recent movie "Old School".” –George Thomas ’74
"Room 3; late night BS Sessions and Channelo's; Spaceman, Number 75, Blob, Ziggy, Bruno, Room 8-BG and PL ; 1974 AU at Florida; Elton-On Stage; Intramurals-Beating KA at anything/everything; INTs; 'If people wouldn't break things, things wouldn't get broken.' ; Ponies; 'I didn't even know Joe Vinson played basketball' ; Coach; Cro; Fly; Breed; All Things Trailer, House Party; 'How much are the $40 dollar rooms?' " -William P. Cobb, II (Pete), '73
Describe the best party
“Casino.” - William Posey Cobb, II, ’76
“Socials with the Zetas.” - Anderson H. "Andy" Kelly, ’84
“Auburn Alabama week.” - William Edward Searcy, ’03
"My first year when I was a pledge. I believe it may have been a Christmas party or just a dance at a local country club. At first champagne was the drink of choice, when it ran out, it was beer. It was my first experience with a party gone wild. If memory serves me right, we were put on one year of probation by the end of the week-end. The year was one of togetherness and brotherhood. We were not allowed to have a social the whole year." -Joe Ed Seale, '49
"I will never forget receiving my bid in the moonlight at a summer rush party on the upper deck of a paddleboat on the Alabama River in Montgomery." -Van Tilbury '89
Describe your favorite/best road trip
“1974 AU v. Florida - 10 Sigma Nus and my father.” - William Posey Cobb, II, ’76
“Athens, Ga for the AU Ga football game in the MPU (Mobile Party Unit).” - Anderson H. "Andy" Kelly, ’84
“Talladega race weekend: Loading up in the "Blue Bitch" and going to the race with the left over girls from the band party the night before.” - William Edward Searcy, ’03
What is the one memory you have shared or will share with your children or grandchildren?
“How hard we studied.” - Anderson H. "Andy" Kelly, ’84
"1980 Sigma Nu Intramural Football Champs." -Dan Gautier, '78