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Auburn students are notoriously hard workers. They balance school with club memberships, football season, intramural sports and socializing. Many of them also take on a part-time job to gain experience or a little extra cash, which adds to the constant juggling of activities. How do they do it? It’s not easy – but it does give them some extra skills that will be invaluable upon graduation.
The job possibilities for those interested can seem endless. There are on-campus jobs,…
Auburn students, alumni and fans, and they are not afraid to display it anywhere. This week, Auburn’s campus will be lit up by a different color, one with just as much pride but also sorrow, hope and strength behind it: purple. Purple is the color that symbolizes cancer awareness, and Auburn University students will…Continue
A student’s first year at Auburn University is a once in a lifetime experience. It shapes his or her Auburn career – friends are made, organizations are joined and traditions are learned. Though most of these things are figured out by the student, it is the guidance from the First Year Experience office that leads students to become a true member of the Auburn Family.
The First Year Experience office is located in 189 Foy Hall. The staff and students who work in the office coordinate…Continue
There are 13 colleges in the nation that claim a tiger as their mascot. It’s safe to say that none of them hold a candle to the one and only Aubie, Auburn’s favorite tiger and beloved mascot. Women love him, children adore him, and men want to be him – it’s as simple as that. No matter how your time at Auburn is spent or what your experience is on the Plains, it is a fact that you will remember Aubie as more than just a mascot – he is a huge part of the Auburn…Continue