Miss Auburn University represents Auburn in much greater ways than wearing a crown.
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Miss AU is a spokesperson from the university to the surrounding areas. She is a face for Auburn in school activities, community service projects and represents the university in the Miss Alabama pageant. It is a year full of service and giving…
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The Plains has become home to many people who are not originally from the state of Alabama. While this may not seem to be a big deal, these students are choosing to pay almost double of what in state student are paying.
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“Deep Water in the Deep South: Coastal Alabama's Complicated Response to the BP Oil Spill”
A talk by Judith Sheppard (photo right), from the Communication and Journalism Department, College of Liberal Arts.
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Rewind to the Presidential Election 2012. Picture those Americans 18-years-old and above discussing their political views about President Obama and Mitt Romney. Now picture this: a 21-year-old Alabamian with big opinions, but little voice and no vote.
Mieke Groothuizen, now 22-years-old, has always had an opinion about…Continue
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One in every five people around the world experiences true hunger.
Statistics such as these are often easy to miss because they forsake the person to find the number. However, Auburn students Cary Bayless and Ali Stefanek are doing their best to add the weight of conscience to these…Continue
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Auburn Plainsman: "Auburn University has made plans to remove the poisoned oak trees at Toomer’s Corner, the University said in a press release today." Also, see the O-A News photo collection of…Continue
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