TJ Nyugen, senior in mechanical engineering, is not only philanthropic, but he also stands out in a crowd. That is, he stands out at Society of Women Engineers (SWE) monthly meetings as the only consistent male member. Nyugen joined the group in 2010 after the suggestion from former faculty advisor, Bonnie Wilson.
“She said there was free food and that’s where all the girls in engineering are,” Nyugen said. “It was an easy sell.” Nyugen is serving his third term as Service and…Continue
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Walking into Dr. Gary Keever’s office felt like walking into any professor’s office. There were books—a lot of books—a desk, chairs and a computer. Then the eye is drawn to the old plow he has in the corner of the room. Another glance and there is a piece of a tree.
Keever, a professor of Horticulture at Auburn University, sits behind his…Continue
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This weekend the College of Forestry and Wildlife Services will hold its first Spring Fling at Coach Pat Dye's Crooked Oaks Hunting Preserve and Quail Hollow in Notasulga, Ala.
"Everyone who attends will have the opportunity to tour Couch Dye's home and Japanese Maple gardens," said Heather Crozier, Director of the college.
There will be events happening both Friday night (tonight) and Saturday. Tickets for Friday night are $100, as well as table sponsorships.
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It’s that time of year again. The semester is coming to a close and another school year is under your belt.
Much like your life experiences a change of pace in the summertime, so will the city of Auburn.
Auburn is a town that comes alive and thrives during the school year. With a constant hub of out-of-town guests during the fall for football season and various events in the spring, there is a continuous flow of people coming and going when school is in…Continue
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Auburn University Professor of Social Work Dr. Danilea Werner decided that the best way to teach her students the hardships of the world was to have them live it.
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Werner designed the Food Insecurity Challenge for her Introduction to Social Work course. The week-long project challenged students to live as though they were…Continue
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Mollie Lewis didn’t expect to leave Wichita Falls, Texas, to find a new outlook in Auburn, Ala., but that’s exactly what happened to the senior social work major.
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Lewis began her career at Auburn as an apparel design major, but soon grew dissatisfied and wanted to find something different.
“I just wanted to do something with my life that…Continue
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Everyone loves having a dog growing up at home. That wagging tail and wet nose will cheer you up no matter how rough your day has been, but is it a good idea to bring your dog to college? Dogs come with many expenses and responsibilities that cannot be avoided. They also limit where you can live when you start your four years of school.
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A majority of students at Auburn University are blessed to receive financial support from their parents. However, this is not the case for all students. Some have to completely support themselves from the day they leave home for college.
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Senior John Lewis from Mobile, AL has…Continue
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Working for the Auburn Circle is a lot like going on a treasure hunt. Editors spend each semester searching through countless submissions of art, creative writing and photography to find the perfect pieces of student artwork to publish in the biannual magazine.
This year, the Auburn Circle staff and featured artists’ hard work paid off.…Continue
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Howell Raines, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former executive editor of The New York Times, will deliver the 2013 Neil O. and Henrietta Davis Distinguished Lecture on Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m. in the Dixon Auditorium The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.…Continue
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