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Matt Snow is a senior in the building science program at Auburn University. He will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in December of this year. “It has been a good run,” Snow said. “Now it’s Kate’s turn.”
Kate Snow is Snow’s younger sister by five years. Snow will graduate from college on Dec. 8. One semester later, on May 23, his sister will graduate from Pelham High School. “It is a weird feeling watching her graduate, she is just now getting out of her baby years” Snow…Continue
Kate Snow is five years younger than her brother, Matt. She was thirteen when she watched him leave their home in Pelham, Ala. to attend school at Auburn University. For siblings that consider themselves to be close to one another, this can be quite a change.
Four and a half years later, Matt Snow is getting ready to graduate in December. As of October of this year, Kate Snow has made the decision to follow in her brother’s decision and attend Auburn University in August…Continue
Four years and a semester ago, a family of four, the Snows, were getting ready for their oldest child, Matt, to leave for his first semester as a student at Auburn University. In a Ford Explorer loaded down with clothes, shelves and school supplies Matt Snow set out for a school that he had never dreamed of attending; not because his parents didn’t go to college, they did and not because his family could not afford it, they could. He didn’t dream of going to Auburn University because he had…Continue
Before last summer, David Wisdom was cognizant of what went on in the realm of student government, but was not directly involved. Ben Peterman, assistant vice president of political affairs, contacted Wisdom last spring about filling in for him while he was in Atlanta for the summer. This led to many opportunities to work closely with SGA and develop relationships with those who were already involved. When one of the Senate seats was vacated earlier this fall, Wisdom was contacted. Owen…Continue