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Leah Kay is a senior in Horticulture at Auburn University. Kay chose Auburn originally because her family all went to Auburn, but it also spawned from her knowing that she wanted to do Landscape Design. Auburn has one of the top 5 Horticulture programs in the nation; so obviously, Auburn was the place to go. Naturally, Kay fell in love with Auburn and its aesthetic campus.
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Each year around March, students begin frantically looking up and scheduling classes for the summer and fall semesters. This is both a hectic and stressful time for students and faculty alike.
Unfortunately, organizing the perfect schedule is a rarity among Auburn students. The process is complicated with holds, summer school and those essential, pre-requisite classes that fill up instantly.
Thankfully, there is a group of men and women - saints, if you will -…Continue
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The Office of Professional Career Development is a relatively new organization within Auburn University's College of Business. The organization provides College of Business students resources that can assist them with life after college.
Through the Office of Professional Career Development, students have the opportunity to enter the workforce with information they may not have learned about themselves. Workshops are an…Continue
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Auburn's Student Alumni Association hopes to host the 2012 CASE ASAP District Three Conference at Auburn University. Auburn is competing with The University of Florida to host the conference.
CASE ASAP (Council for Advancement and Support of Education's Affiliated Student Advance Program) is comprised of student alumni associations, student foundations and other similar organizations.…Continue
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The Auburn Water Polo Club is a co-ed student…
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This past football season the Auburn Family got to experience one of the best teams in Auburn’s history. Coach Chizik and Cam Newton lead the tigers to Auburn’s second national title and third Heisman trophy winner.
Many Auburn fans watched the games from seats in Jordan-Hare or visited away game stadiums, like…Continue
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Delta Delta Delta, better known as Tri Delta, sorority partnered with…Continue
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Auburn University offers a unique program that allows students to alternate semesters of working and taking class. The work consists of a full-time paid job that relates to the student’s coursework and major.
This program is called cooperative education or for short, co-op. It prepares students for professional careers by combining…Continue
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Fashion majors at Auburn University are easy to spot for the most part. With one look at Haley Zoller, you can almost guess her major as she is strutting through campus, dressed trendy as can be.
Zoller is a junior in Apparel and Production Design. …Continue
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As an incoming freshman, there are many questions and concerns that can cause stress. At Auburn University, about 24,000 students have had the same questions and concerns and made it through.
Danielle Coenen, junior and biomedical science major came up with the five most important things to know…Continue
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