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Deanna Wycheck, a senior from Nashville, Tenn., has known she wanted to major in psychology since she was in high school.
“I’ve just always been interested in the subject, especially abnormal psychology,” she explains.
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Meredith Mahoney, a senior from Jacksonville, Fla., grew up knowing she wanted to teach. Her mom was an elementary school teacher in Jacksonville and Mahoney had a passion for teaching her classmates in school.
“I love kids and I’ve always done well with kids,” she explains. “I’ve also always learned better by teaching other people so therefore I thought it might be a good idea to go into a major where I learn to professionally teach other people."
Coming to Auburn, Mahoney…Continue
Lindsey Beno, a senior with a major in communication and a minor in marketing, came to Auburn University from Destin, Fla., looking to learn more about her passion for cooking and baking. All she found though was a void for such an opportunity. Beno decided then that the only way she could learn more about cooking and baking was to start a Cooking and Baking Club.
And so she did.
“I started the club because I am really interested in cooking and baking. I’ve…Continue
Camp War Eagle is a fundamental part of entering freshmen year at Auburn University. However, transfer students don’t have the opportunity to experience this rite of passage that allows incoming freshmen to learn about Auburn’s policies and traditions and to get oriented to the school.
Successfully Orienting Students, or SOS, gives transfer students the chance to experience Camp War Eagle in a different setting.