The Brony Club Brings Diversity and Friendship to Auburn

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Bronies at BronyCon

Most Auburn students are familiar with clubs like the Student Government Association and University Programs Council, but many students may not have heard of the Brony Club.

The Brony Club formed for the appreciation and enjoyment of the television show “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. The name “brony” is a combination of “bro” and “pony,” although the club is open to females as well.

The Auburn bronies meet every Friday at 6 p.m. in Student Center Room 2225. The club has approximately 20 members, and usually 13 to 15 show up each week. At the meetings the bronies watch episodes of My Little Pony and admire fan artwork on websites like 4chan and Reddit. The club’s artistic members bring in their own computer-generated animations of characters and scenes.

Click here to read more about the Auburn Brony Club.

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