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Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosts “E-Day” on February 27, 2015. E-Day will be held in the Auburn University Student Center.
E-Day is a two-pronged event designed to be an open house for prospective engineering students and an educational resource for anyone who chooses to attend. Students in seventh through 12th grade attend E-Day to learn more about the field of engineering, and specifically, Auburn University’s nine engineering programs…Continue
As graduation day quickly approaches, the May 2015 graduating class, including me, look back on their college years with a creeping sense of regret and anxiety. We think about all the things we haven't done while still inhabiting the Loveliest Village on the Plains. Some students may find themselves wondering, "Why haven't I ever walked on Pat Dye Field?"
Some students might have more obscure places to visit, the list below has some popular and interesting places to visit in…
Lenora Dombro, a School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences graduate student, has gone where no Auburn student has gone before: to the land of Prairie Dogs. Situated in South Dakota at the Wind Cave National Park, Lenora used this important location for her research, where multitudes of prairie dogs have roamed the expansive grassland. These prairie dogs used to live their lives in a disease-free area almost 100 years ago. But now, these animals are struggling to survive.…Continue
Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts is giving students a chance to give back to Alabama communities in a way that has a lasting impact. Through…Continue