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February 2013 Blog Posts (106)

Taking Auburn Overseas

During the last semester of high school, students are consumed with standardized testing, applications fees and exit exams all in preparation for continuing their education. Not all take this route.

Auburn University student, Artavious Dunklin, had other plans. Dunklin enlisted in the United States Navy Reserve to serve the country while acquiring an education.

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Added by Aiesha Gentry on February 22, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Super Cam Returns

It's not every day that a multimillionaire, multi-talented athlete with his own statue in front of the stadium returns to school to finish his degree. This semester, at Auburn at least, that has happened. Super Cam has returned.



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Added by Tysonn McKinnon on February 22, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

A Campaign Season Unlike Any Other

Every year at Auburn University students from different backgrounds and majors come together to campaign for what they hope to be their next SGA Treasurer, Vice President and President, but this year’s campaigns were unlike any other.

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The “scandal” of this season started with somewhat of a bang when violations for the…

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Added by Hunter Wallace on February 22, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments

AU Marching Band Personifies the Auburn Spirit

Pregame. Spirit March. Four Corners. March Around. Halftime. Tiger Bandits. All are terms used by the Auburn University Marching Band (AUMB) routinely during home football games. It is during these performances that the Auburn spirit is personified through the members of the AUMB to energize the fans.



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Added by Brittney Dobbs on February 22, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments

The Best Buddy Around

Gianna Sepe is a junior at Auburn majoring in Collaborative Special Education.

Coming all the way from Miami, Fla., it’s anyone’s guess as to how she ended up in Auburn, Ala.

   

“A friend from home told me about how great of a campus Auburn was,” Sepe said. “He knew me really well and said it was a school that would suite me so I decided to come visit and just the traditions and everything that Auburn entails made me fall in love with it…

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Added by Jordan Garofalo on February 22, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments

Auburn Alumnus Walks Onto Dead Production

For Auburn alumnus Drew Whitehouse, working on the set of the hit show “The Walking Dead” has been a dream come true.

 

“My job title on “The Walking Dead” is a production assistant, which is the entry-level job for almost everyone trying to start a career in the film industry,” Whitehouse said. “As set PA’s we are constantly on set fulfilling whatever task needs to be done at the time. This can include delivering scripts, rehearsing lines with actors,…

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Added by Anthony Alfano on February 22, 2013 at 5:30am — No Comments

Chattahoochee Heritage Project

The Chattahoochee Heritage Project is a web based news and information service focusing on the Chattahoochee River Valley, with special emphasis on Chambers, Lee, Russell and Barbour counties in Alabama, and Coweta, Troup, Harris and Muscogee counties in Georgia.





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Added by Lindsay Miles on February 21, 2013 at 9:09pm — No Comments

Female Researchers Present New Findings at Health and Happiness Panel Discussion

The Women’s Studies Program in the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts hosted a presentation of new research by faculty affiliates from three different fields of work on Monday, Feb. 11.

 

Alicia Carroll from the Department of English, Leah Robinson from the Department of Kinesiology and Barbara Wilder from the School of Nursing each…

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Added by Katie Armstrong on February 21, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Students fight back this flu season

This flu season has hit campus hard this year. Several students have been visiting the local urgent care, but not for excuses alone this early in the semester. They are getting treated for Influenza, commonly referred to as the flu. However, some students are taking steps to prevent the infection and protect their bodies.

When asked how she is protecting herself from the flu on campus, Cara Benefield, a senior studying communication, answered, “I buy Lysol and airborne tablets in bulk…

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Added by Elizabeth Cantrell on February 21, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments

The Rewarding Study Abroad Experience

Many adults today give the same piece of advice to college students: travel overseas while you are young and have the chance.

One Auburn student took that advice and ran with it. Senior Radio Television and Film Major, Taylor Humm, studied abroad in Taormina, Sicily the summer after her sophomore year at Auburn University.

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Added by Taylor Ann Hettinger on February 21, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

The Man Behind the Counter

 

Monday through Friday, 70-year-old Manuel Montes works behind Lupton Deli’s sandwich counter, a deli located in Auburn University’s lower quad. He greets students with a big grin and a question: “White or wheat?” His thick Spanish accent is impossible to miss.

 

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Added by Emily Bailey on February 21, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Students Spend Spring Break Serving Others

As winter comes to a bitter end, Auburn students readily greet the coming spring season with open arms and hopeful plans for a weeklong island getaway, free of tests, homework or papers. Dreams of beach bumming with a cool drink in hand, as the waves crash and Caribbean music plays from a nearby tiki bar, dance in the heads of many.





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Added by Elizabeth Griffith on February 20, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

Auburn Volleyball is Saving Lives

Death. It happens every day. Whether it is an act of fate, illness or old age, death is inevitable. Death can rear its ugly head at the most unimaginable times, affecting the most unimaginable people. But what if you could save someone from suffering an untimely death? Save their families from the emotional heartbreak of losing a loved one? Would you be willing to do it?

 

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Added by Sarah Bullock on February 20, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

From Engineer to Entrepreneur

Air pollution and energy are major issues facing our world today, but one Auburn graduate has taken on these challenges with an entrepreneurial spirit.

In accordance with National Engineering Week, Auburn Family caught up with Andy Smith, President and CEO of ABUTEC and Auburn alumni. Smith came to Auburn University in 1996 and entered the Engineering program due to his affinity for the math and sciences. Smith wanted to learn how to apply his practical skills to provide…

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Added by Kelly Ann Bodell on February 20, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

Annual Auburn Study Abroad Fair

Tired of the same ole classroom scenery? Want to get away but not quite sure where to start? If this is the case, then the Annual Study Abroad Fair is the perfect way to explore more options.

Auburn University will host the Annual Study Abroad Fair in the Haley Center Lobby on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 that will allow Auburn students to explore abroad opportunities available through Auburn University and third party affiliate programs.

The fair will begin at 9 a.m. and last until 2…

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Added by Emory Lloyd Hopson on February 20, 2013 at 9:36am — No Comments

Majoring in Communication Disorders

Reinke … huh? It may take a speech pathologist to pronounce this name. Lucky for Lauren Reinkemeyer, a junior majoring in communication disorders, that’s exactly what she’s working toward.





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Spending nights practicing all the ways to pronounce seemingly simple words or placing stress on the correct syllable may sound strange, but for a…

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Added by Jaclyn Brass on February 20, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

House and Home: Auburn's Love Affair with Waffle House

Waffle House has long been a haven for college students. It’s a Mecca of late-night syrup and bacon and those crispy hash browns you can never make the same way at your house—no matter how hard you try. The cultural icon was founded in 1955 and has since become legendary for a nearly unchanging menu, not to mention its 24-hour availability. The franchise is also famous for spending almost nothing on advertising; the hungry just keep coming back of their own accord. This begs the question:…

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Added by Claire Warlick on February 19, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Pitch Perfect

The sound of large, sweaty men smashing into each other heralded the commencement of the Auburn University Rugby Football Club’s spring season. The club has been working hard to revitalize its reputation, on and off the pitch, to make Auburn University proud.

  

 

The club…

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Added by Hannah Patterson on February 19, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Saving the Planet One Major at a Time: Auburn University Offers Students a Degree Aimed at Conservation Efforts.

In light of the Go Green campaign sweeping the nation and influencing people of all ages to take care of planet earth, the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences offers students a way to make their passion for ecosystem health into a career.



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"Our new Natural Resources Management (NRM) major satisfies the growing interest in ecological…

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Added by brittanie hollaway on February 19, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

Pharmacy School: Just What the Family Ordered

As children grow up, their parents are often told, “I can see it now. That one’s going to be just like you.”

For Tyler Dalton, that statement couldn’t be closer to the truth – and yet, not too close at the same time.

Dalton is a fourth-generation student at the Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn, but originally didn’t think he would follow in the footsteps of both parents, his cousin and his grandfather.

“All my life growing up, I’ve had…

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Added by Mae Margaret Davis on February 19, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments

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