"These streets will make you feel brand new, the lights will inspire you; lets here it for New York."
With a New York state of mind, Auburn University student, Kelsey Paz, applied for an internship at Music Television (MTV). After submitting her resume and cover letter online in September, Paz anxiously awaited for a response, while enjoying her last semester on the plains.
"The application process was pretty simple and all located online," said Paz. "Although, I also… Continue
Added by Kelsey Chandler on November 30, 2009 at 4:00pm —
The Lee County Humane Society will hold their annual fund-raiser, Pet Portraits with Santa Claus, on Saturday, November 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at For Paws Boutique. The boutique is sponsoring the fund-raiser, and all photos will be taken by Kelly Focht with Fotos by Focht.
This is the 11th year for Pet Portraits, and it is the oldest fund-raiser for LCHS. The event has raised as much as $1000 in the past, and averages about $500 to $700 a year. A portion of the proceeds from… Continue
Added by Patricia DeBow on November 30, 2009 at 2:33pm —
The loss to Georgia was a big disappointment;
But we can be proud of the records we set!
The 99 yard run by Demond Washington
was almost as good as it gets!!
Now, the extra week off has given us
some much needed rejuvenation;
Allowing more time for focus
on Iron Bowl preparation!
Anticipation for an upset is rising
And filling the Auburn Air!
Where, on the plains, it will… Continue
Added by Frances M Appleton on November 25, 2009 at 12:34am —
College students look forward to the Christmas season as they anxiously wait for the presents they will exchange with friends. Girls hug as they unwrap that dress they thought they could not afford, and guys high five after receiving the latest Xbox game. Sharing gifts with roommates is especially exciting, but three Auburn University girls chose to put a different spin on the event.
Meaghan Feick, Laura Chambless and Mckenna Hicks have shared an apartment for nearly three years.… Continue
Added by Mary Catherine Stewart on November 21, 2009 at 1:42pm —
Fall is here and with it brings scarves, fallen leaves and the smell of
a turkeys roasting in ovens. Thanksgiving is a holiday meant to be spent
at home with family, reminiscing about old times and reminding each
other of how happy you are to be with one another. But what if your home
was 918 miles away? This is the case for many of Auburn’s out-of-state
students, but junior exercise science major Cyndi Hinchman is determined
to have a wonderful Thanksgiving right… Continue
Added by Kristin Lee Keller on November 19, 2009 at 8:00pm —
Heading into the 2009 Iron Bowl with a 7-4 record is an impressive feat for Auburn University's young football team that faced a challenging schedule. Early and pre-season chatter among Auburn fans yielded mixed feelings on how the season, specifically the Iron Bowl, would turn out.
Amid the chatter was an uproar from students and fans, unhappy about the game being slotted for the 1:30 p.m. spot on CBS, on Friday, Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving.
Over the past few… Continue
Added by Kelsey Ware on November 18, 2009 at 5:00pm —
A new public relations organization has joined Auburn’s campus. The organization has up to 30 members and will soon be a branch of the national organization, the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). PRSSA focuses on allowing students to network for potential internships and careers. President Maggie Daley is the newly elected president and a junior in public relations.
“This organization will give public relations students a chance to get their hands on more public… Continue
Added by Kati Jones on November 18, 2009 at 5:00pm —
With less than three weeks left in the semester, Auburn students begin to start mentally preparing for finals and for the conclusion of another semester. Within those last three weeks of school, there lies Thanksgiving break, and the question of how should I spend the next eight days.
Tina Hall of Birmingham, Ala. and senior in communication, says she is excited about going home to spend time with family and friends before the hectic schedule of finals and studying long hours in the… Continue
Added by Katlin Mulvaney on November 18, 2009 at 5:00pm —
At Auburn’s College of Business (COB) there are 13 degrees to choose from. One of which is what junior Spencer Haydel, 22, is majoring in—management. To learn more about why Haydel chose management and Auburn, continue to read on.
Being a business major can be a difficult path to take while at Auburn. The classes are challenging and the professors have a lot of experience in the classes they are teaching in. Whether it is organizational behavior, human resource management or supply… Continue
Added by Amanda Schumaker Miles on November 18, 2009 at 4:30pm —
The typical complaint about Thanksgiving is that your stomach is so full it’s about to explode, but what a lot of people don’t think about on this gluttonous occasion are those that don’t have the satisfaction of rubbing their belly and taking food coma naps at the end of the day.
The members of the Auburn University sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi have come up with a way to help those with a money crunch this season. The chapter hopes to guarantee four families the groceries needed for a… Continue
Added by Kaitlin Collart Duffy on November 18, 2009 at 4:30pm —
With Thanksgiving break and finals just around the corner, Auburn students find themselves spending a lot of time in the library.
I made a visit to the library on Monday night and asked students what they were thankful for and what they were doing over Thanksgiving break.
Every person was eager to answer my questions because that gave them an excuse to step away from their studies.
“I’m thankful for my friends, family, Auburn and good health,” said junior Ashley… Continue
Added by Monica Afanador on November 18, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Auburn, Ala., is getting into the holiday spirit. Local businesses, boy scouts, girl scouts, old car clubs, beauty queens, horse-drawn carriages and more will all come together on Thursday, Dec.3.
The annual Christmas parade is a local favorite, and even Santa makes his way to the plains for the event.
“The Christmas parade has been going on just about as long as I remember,” Paula Nix says, owner of Nix Dance Studio.…
Added by Caroline Cassidy on November 18, 2009 at 2:00pm —
As Christmas break rapidly approaches, students across Auburn University’s campus are feverishly making holiday plans. Some students are going on vacations, while others are heading home. However, the constant theme with student’s holiday plans is spending time with the people that really matter, their families.
Christmas break is a time for fun, food and family and no one knows this better than Evan Roberts, a freshman at Auburn.
“This holiday season, I will be traveling… Continue
Added by Hillary Gibbs on November 18, 2009 at 11:00am —
With the Holidays just around the corner, students are finalizing their plans to return home. After a stressful semester, there is no place like home. Time with family, a few weeks away from school and holiday cheer are all things students look forward to at the end of their dreaded exams.
Some students however, have a long distance to travel if they wish to go home for the holidays. Whether they fly, drive or take a bus, students find ways to get home, no matter how far the… Continue
Added by Anna Keith Johnson on November 15, 2009 at 6:42pm —
AUsome Auburn Pride
Homecoming with Furman
was a happy occasion;
It created good memories
for our Great Auburn Nation!
We started with our A team,
and by the end of the day,
Young lesser known Auburn Tigers
Had proven they could play!
With more pep in our step
and with heads held high,
We now confidently move forward
and reach for the… Continue
Added by Frances M Appleton on November 14, 2009 at 12:38pm —
The cost for one year of schooling at Auburn University is $6,420 for in-state and $18,720 for out of state. Even though a good education is priceless, in today’s economy that number is a little scary. Due to this, college students are working at part time jobs more than ever. Some are working to help their parents with the financial load of college, and others to have extra spending money. Wes Sinor and Ragan Helms, both senior public relations majors, have jobs for these… Continue
Added by Kristin Lee Keller on November 10, 2009 at 8:50pm —
Public Relations and Journalism majors are getting a glimpse into the life of a photojournalist this semester.
AU’s Department of Communication and Journalism offers a photojournalism course which provides students an opportunity to combine classroom learning with practical, real life assignments using a Nikon D40 camera.
Each week, students are challenged to produce newsprint quality photos that demonstrate technical skill, ethics and creativity. The class serves as an… Continue
Added by Jahnna Hall on November 10, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Tiger Habitat just completed a house for one of Auburn’s own families, the 0’Brians. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home was built together by funds raised by Tiger Habitat and the Lee County Habitat for Humanity.
Tiger Habitat is Auburn University’s branch of Habitat for Humanity. The group consists of five executive members and 50 students, who raise funds through different events to provide the less fortunate with homes in the Lee County community.
Dustin Taylor, a… Continue
Added by Kati Jones on November 9, 2009 at 5:30pm —
H1N1 vaccinations seem to be at bad times for our guy. Wondering if he can get a time that works between his classes and commitments? Sundays - It seems the clinic has no staff - only alternative was the Hospital medical clinic? Is that the emergency room? Seems costly if a student gets sick on a Sunday? Any suggestions or inisght from others?
Added by Vic Campbell on November 8, 2009 at 5:51pm —
After winning four straight games, the Auburn Women's Soccer Team loses tonight to SEC West rival LSU.
The day started off like every other day at the beach with breakfast in our athletic trainer's room. After breakfast we watch film of Wednesday's game against Ole Miss. Watching film is a great tool used to prepare for upcoming games. It helps us to see what we do well and learn from our mistakes.
Some girls nap while others do homework. We eat lunch at 1 p.m., and our… Continue
Added by Monica Afanador on November 7, 2009 at 12:30am —