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The Auburn University Women’s Resource Center provides information about important issues affecting women’s lives. Their mission is to enhance the lives of Auburn women, and to promote the involvement of women on campus and around the world.
“We awareness one Auburn’s campus about women’s issues in Auburn and in the world,” said Heather Duncan, an intern for women’s resources. “And we advocate for women on campus and globally.”
The Women’s Resource Center serves as a place of…Continue
College is a time when many students are trying to figure out what they want to do as a career. What a lot of Auburn students don’t know is that the Career Center can help them land a job. Bobby Whitehead, a career advisor, shares five ways the Career Center can help students get a job.
Auburn learning communities are a great way for freshman to plug into a group of friends. A learning community is an academic opportunity for incoming freshman. They are a group of 20-25 students who are all enrolled in three core classes together.
Learning communities provide incoming freshman with a group of people who they automatically know in their classes. Learning…Continue
If you are ever walking around Auburn’s campus on a Wednesday, you may notice something different. The concourse seems to be alive with different organizations sharing what they are about. Auburn students know this as O-Days, or Organization Days.
Jordan Kirkland, assistant director of Student Involvement Ambassadors, explains the purpose of O-days by saying, “it’s basically a few hours in the…Continue