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Our college years are commonly said to be ones we will never forget and often wish to relive. Surrounded by more people than we will ever have the chance to meet, college is a time to learn and grow with those who we are fortunate enough to establish relationships.
The International Buddy Program provides a chance to establish those relationships with students from the 80 different nations represented at Auburn.…Continue
New place, new people, new teachers, new roommates; the transition from high school to college is full of all sorts of adjustments. Along with those is an unlimited list of new adventures.
In order to take full advantage of four years worth of adventures, a group of Auburn students formed the Outdoor Adventure Club back in 2006.
Seven years later, the OAC has about 120 active members all looking to enjoy…Continue
Eating on campus does not always provide options that agree with our diet rules. As the healthy eating trend continues to increase in popularity, students still have a hefty sum on their tiger cards for on-campus dining. Who better to provide solutions for healthy-eating students than a student?
Lauren Lynch, a junior studying dietetics, is partnering with Tiger Dining and dedicating a week to becoming “un-supersized” on Auburn’s…Continue
Auburn students continually partake in the bettering of lives both near and far. In the case of Claire Machold and Kingslea Younker, the lives are those of Kenyan families suffering from Aids.
Care for Aids, a non-profit organization in Kenya, has committed to assisting families suffering from Aids by implementing a program designed to heal both mental and physical ailments.
The program involves educating patients on how to properly take their medication,…Continue