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Kickin' It With The Auburn Women's Club Soccer Team

On any given Tuesday night, a few miles down Wire Road, you’ll see giant lights rising into the sky and orderly patches of green spread across the ground. This is the Auburn Soccer Complex.At first glance you’ll see mostly elementary age children, with soccer moms and dads screaming and cheering as kids run the opposite direction of the ball. But if you look closer you’ll see one group of college-aged girls methodically playing the game – this is the Auburn Women’s Club Soccer Team.Defense,…See More
Nov 11, 2013
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The History of the Harold A. Franklin Society

In early 2008 a new organization came to campus – one that no other school in the nation can claim – the Harold. A. Franklin Society. The Franklin Society was formed as a way to increase black male retention rates at Auburn University. “We’re here to create, maintain and continue the upkeep of the minority ratio here on campus,” Wade Manora, current professional chair of the Harold A. Franklin Society said. At the time of its creation, out of 100 black men that enrolled in Auburn only 33 would…See More
Nov 6, 2013
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Auburn Architecture Students Go Rural

One hundred and forty six miles west of Auburn, 26 architecture students are living in a rural town of 186 residents: Newbern, Ala. These select students have chosen to give up either a semester or a full year in Auburn to participate in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction's award-winning program, Rural Studio. “It’s like a study abroad off-campus,” said Callie Eitzen, a fourth year architecture student. She was a member of Rural Studio last year and thus became one of the 600…See More
Oct 9, 2013
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Nov 16, 2012
Anna-Claire Gibson and Allie Heckel are now friends
Nov 16, 2012
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Oct 26, 2012
Anna-Claire Gibson promoted Anna-Claire Gibson's blog post Bicycles, Skateboards and...Unicycles? Oh My!
Oct 26, 2012
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Bicycles, Skateboards and...Unicycles? Oh My!

Most students at Auburn get to class in a predictable manner. The majority walk, a lot ride the Tiger Transit, some bicycle, and a few even skateboard to class. But Kevin Tonn, a senior majoring in mathematics, isn't exactly predictable.  (Photos from the Facebook group:  …See More
Oct 26, 2012
Anna-Claire Gibson is now friends with Jessica Rucker and STUDENT TRAVEL AMBASSADOR
Oct 26, 2012
Anna-Claire Gibson posted a blog post

Dining Diversity

Auburn University is known as one of the most diverse universities in the south. According to the website for Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, one of the school’s main missions is to “establish diversity as a core value at Auburn University.” One tactic for achieving such a goal is to “create, promote, and encourage a supportive and friendly campus environment that is welcoming for, and attractive to people of all races, ethnicity [and] nationalities.” While the Office of…See More
Oct 5, 2012
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Oct 5, 2012

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Public Relations
Graduation Year
2013

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Kickin' It With The Auburn Women's Club Soccer Team

Posted on November 11, 2013 at 2:34pm 0 Comments

On any given Tuesday night, a few miles down Wire Road, you’ll see giant lights rising into the sky and orderly patches of green spread across the ground. This is the Auburn Soccer Complex.

At first glance you’ll see mostly elementary age children, with soccer moms and dads screaming and cheering as kids run the opposite direction of the ball. But if you look closer you’ll see one group of college-aged girls methodically playing the game – this is the Auburn Women’s Club…

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The History of the Harold A. Franklin Society

Posted on November 6, 2013 at 1:06pm 0 Comments

In early 2008 a new organization came to campus – one that no other school in the nation can claim – the Harold. A. Franklin Society.



The Franklin Society was formed as a way to increase black male retention rates at Auburn University.

“We’re here to create, maintain and continue the upkeep of the minority ratio here on campus,” Wade Manora, current professional chair of the Harold A. Franklin Society said.

At the time of its creation, out of 100…

Continue

Auburn Architecture Students Go Rural

Posted on October 9, 2013 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

One hundred and forty six miles west of Auburn, 26 architecture students are living in a rural town of 186 residents: Newbern, Ala. These select students have chosen to give up either a semester or a full year in Auburn to participate in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction's award-winning program, Rural Studio.

 

“It’s like a study abroad off-campus,” said Callie Eitzen, a fourth year architecture student.

 

She was a member of Rural Studio last…

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8 Ways You Know You're an Out-Of-State Auburn Student

Posted on September 25, 2013 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

1. You can't go home this weekend. 

 Because home is many hours and miles away. 

2. Your friends don't road trip to come see…

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