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David Ingram, Auburn alumnus and previous Plainsman editor, spent his second time returning to campus discussing his college and work experiences to Auburn students on J-day.
When Ingram graduated Auburn University five years ago, he decided to follow his major from college and look for a journalism job. “There is no better time to be in journalism then right now,” Ingram said. “You can even become a journalist by tweeting a lot.”
He began freelance writing as an education…Continue
Willie Wyatt and Anthony Lee were two of the first African American young men that integrated to Auburn University in 1964. They each experienced harsh community life in Auburn, Ala., but they maintained bravery throughout their time at Auburn University.Continue
Janelle Green’s art is her peace. Every shoe or canvas she lays her creative touch on becomes an outlet for reaching out to others. “It was my grandfather’s biggest dream for me to become an artist because I have the talent,” Green said.
The 22-year-old upcoming artist is a native of Auburn, Ala. She went to Auburn High School and kept the tradition going by attending Auburn University, where she is now a senior.…Continue
Providing an upscale game day experience for scholarships donors, Executive Suite Ambassadors of Auburn University uphold a long lasting tradition.
“The best part about being a Suite Ambassador is the opportunity to network with some of the most influential people connected to Auburn University, specifically Auburn Athletics,” said Jessica Turner, Suite Ambassador floor captain. Turner is one of two floor captains. She maintains the 3rd floor, while Bobbie Barton is the captain…