From Auburn's Tiger Tales ... by Vicky Santos
Carrie Williams is already making a name for herself. A 2010 Radio, Television and Film graduat e with a minor in Public Administration, Williams moved to New York City two weeks after graduation…Continue
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Among the student and greek organizations, volunteer work, and everything else that looks good on a resume, there is one campus activity that is very worth while and that is choir! Auburn University offers the opportunity for students to come and share their voice with others on the plains.
There are eight singing groups at Auburn that you can be a part…
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As an incoming freshman, expectations of college life are incredible. Looking towards the future with images of classes, homework and professors swirling in the minds of many, college holds multiple changes in life. Ideas of what goes on after class is what is really intringuing. During those first days after being dropped off in beautiful Auburn for their first fall here, excitement about what the university has to offer academically is an important and…Continue
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Nicknamed “The Loveliest Village on the Plains,” Auburn University embraces the meaning of tradition.Rich in heritage and filled with charm, Auburn University attracts a very diverse group of students.
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Throughout my educational pursuits here at Auburn University, burnt orange and navy blue hues have gradually dominated my wardrobe. Buried among my Tiger pride, there lies a quintessential staple: rain gear.
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Have you ever heard the saying, “If I only knew then, what I know now?” I think about this phrase quite often as I am in my last semester here at Auburn.
There are so many things that I have learned over the past four years about Auburn that I wish I would have known when I was a freshman. For example, I did not find out about the writing centers that Auburn offers until the end of my junior year. I would have killed for the knowledge that I know now about the writing center…
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