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Ben Tate is Auburn

After a few months of working out, training, staying in shape and keeping in touch with his fans, Ben Tate, former Auburn running back, is ready for what lies ahead of him in the world of professional football. While the future is exciting to him, he acknowledges that his Auburn Family has had an impact on him as a person as well as his game.Hard work is something that Tate attributes much of his success to. "I believe in hard work like the Auburn Creed says," Tate said, "and that's something I…See More
Apr 26, 2010
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Surveying class on Samford Lawn

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Katherine Hollinger, senior in Civil Engineering, tells about her surveying class and what they are doing when they are on Samford Lawn and College Street.
Mar 11, 2010
Maranda Shaye Smith posted a blog post

Surveying on Samford Lawn

It's not uncommon to be driving through downtown Auburn on a nice day when all of a sudden a group of students appear on Samford Lawn with yellow equipment similar to poles and sticks.Their tools may look funny to someone who doesn't know what they are doing, but these students are actually Civil Engineering majors taking a surveying class. For Katherine Hollinger, a senior Civil Engineering major, standing outside on Samford Lawn with these odd-shaped tools is a weekly occurrence.…See More
Mar 11, 2010
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Nan Fairley

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Nan Fairley, Associate Professor of Journalism, tells about civic engagement project in conjunction with Valley
Feb 24, 2010
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Feb 24, 2010
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It Begins with One

While he was running for Student Government Association President, Jacob Watkins' platform was student giving to the university. After being elected and talking to advisers, he put his platform into action and the 2010 student giving campaign, "It begins with One," got kicked off on Feb. 1. "The purpose of the campaign is to educate all students on the importance of private gifts to the university," Watkins said. "Private donations make a difference in our Auburn experience."…See More
Feb 8, 2010
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Sit Down and Dance

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Natalie McCormick talks about the dance minor and the production, "Sit Down and Dance!"
Feb 7, 2010
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Sit Down and Dance!

Natalie McCormick is a senior majoring in Civil Engineering and is also getting a minor in dance. Although the two may seem not to go hand-in-hand, she, along with many others, have decided to minor in something they are passionate about, dance. Find more videos like this on Auburn FamilyJust recently, the Auburn University Department of Theatre added a dance minor. The curriculum of the minor consists of Beginning, Intermediate I, Intermediate…See More
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Public Relations
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Alpha Omicron Pi-Executive Recruitment Committee, Social Chair
AU dance program (dAUnce)
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Ben Tate is Auburn

Posted on April 26, 2010 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

After a few months of working out, training, staying in shape and keeping in touch with his fans, Ben Tate, former Auburn running back, is ready for what lies ahead of him in the world of professional football. While the future is exciting to him, he acknowledges that his Auburn Family has had an impact on him as a person as well as his game.



Hard work is something that Tate attributes much of his success to. "I believe in hard work like the Auburn Creed says," Tate said, "and that's… Continue

ZTA's Big Man on Campus Pageant Raises Big Bucks for Breast Cancer Education and Awareness

Posted on April 8, 2010 at 4:27pm 0 Comments

Often times, people are asked to donate to a charity or to a foundation, but they do not know exactly where the money is going, how it is used, or how it will affect their future.The women of Zeta Tau Alpha at Auburn University have figured out how to raise money effectively and efficiently, and donate to a philanthropy that affects so many people.



ZTA's philanthropy is breast cancer education and awareness and the money it raises for this cause is given to the Zeta Tau Alpha… Continue

Surveying on Samford Lawn

Posted on March 11, 2010 at 6:56pm 0 Comments

It's not uncommon to be driving through downtown Auburn on a nice day when all of a sudden a group of students appear on Samford Lawn with yellow equipment similar to poles and sticks.



Their tools may look funny to someone who doesn't know what they are doing, but these students are actually Civil Engineering majors taking a surveying class.



For Katherine Hollinger, a senior Civil Engineering major, standing outside on Samford Lawn with these odd-shaped tools is a weekly… Continue

Journalism Students Go Off Campus and in to Real Places

Posted on February 24, 2010 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Touring the city of Valley on a bus with 25 other Auburn University journalism students may not have been what these students had in mind at the beginning of the semester.



While many students are hard at work preparing for tests and midterms, journalism students in Nan Fairley's Community Journalism class along with Judith Sheppard's Advanced Feature Writing classes are hard at work on a civic engagement project. This project will result in a special newspaper edition about the history… Continue

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