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It's that time of year when Auburn's campus slowly but surely starts to feel more like a war zone.
Emotions are high and the air is tense. The thought of only having three more weeks of classes sounds exciting at first, but then you soon realize with the end of the semester comes... finals week.
The key to surviving finals week is all in the preparation. Accepting that it's coming and getting started early will save you a great deal of unnecessary stress and…Continue
While fans are in town to cheer on the Tigers this weekend, they can find many ways to celebrate Halloween
before and after the game, including A Nightmare on Mell Street.
From 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday, students, fans and local residents are encouraged to stop by The Auburn University Museum of Natural History for a "spine-chilling open house." A Nightmare on Mell Street will give visitors a chance to view…Continue
One of the first and most important steps in college is choosing your major. Once you've decided on your major it's important that you get plugged in and make the most out of it.
Joining an organization within your major is a great way to stay motivated, inspired and connected with your field of study. These student-led organizations can provide endless benefits that will enhance your college experience and prepare you for your future career.
Taylor Ennis a…Continue
Whether you start your college career at Auburn as freshman or as transfer student, some of the first people you meet are your Camp War Eagle (CWE) counselors or Successfully Orientating Students (SOS) orientation leaders.
Often known for teaching Auburn traditions, walking backward and shouting "War Eagle" to one another, CWE and SOS counselors serve as ambassadors for the university. These…Continue