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If you’re an Auburn student, you’ve probably heard of an organization called Spades. The organization may not be as infamous as Alabama’s Machine, but they are rumored to be a college branch of the Illuminati.
When your friends bring it up, you casually claim not to know much about the Spades and…Continue
For most people, memories of a fish on a wall shimmying and belting the lyrics to “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” may, unfortunately, be the extent of their experience with bass. This is not the case for Auburn marketing student Jordan Lee. Lee recently won the College Bass Classic Bracket, earning him the coveted spot of sole collegiate competitor in the upcoming 2014 Bassmaster Classic.
Lee’s journey to the classic began at the Bassmaster Southeastern Regional with fishing partner and best…Continue
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When taking notes in the Haley Center or studying in RBD Library, it can be difficult to imagine applying knowledge beyond the classroom. But for sophomore Sara Rains, her hunger studies class took her to places she never imagined.
Last spring, Rains, a nutrition and horticulture major and hunger studies minor, took the hunger studies capstone course taught by Director of Hunger and Sustainability Initiatives Dr. Kate Thornton. Through Auburn’s relationship with the…Continue