Added by Roger W Tinkham on November 30, 2013 at 7:11am — No Comments
From a tweet by ESPN's Ivan Maisel ... we have the latest on the big game. "Iron Bowl - The Rivalry" - by Walker Hayes.Continue
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Students often go through numerous roommates and living arrangements throughout their college career. Some move around due to the financial benefit from living somewhere else, were others move because they can't stand whom they are living with. Sustaining a living relationship with your roommate is much like sustaining a relationship with your girlfriend/boyfriend. It take's everyone living together to pitch in and do their part. Here are five ways to maintain a healthy relationship with…Continue
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By Robert French, Auburn Family
Paul Welch loves his big sister. He says it proudly in the…Continue
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Recently, I conducted an interview with the previous Student Travel Ambassador, Milan Dekich. Milan also attended the 2013 Auburn European Grad Trip. This video is the first installment in a series of short Q & A style videos to hear exciting stories straight from the source. While my video editing skills need to be improved, I hope you enjoy the tales and the tunes.
For those who are looking for more info, attend my last Information Session of the semester, this…Continue
Added by STUDENT TRAVEL AMBASSADOR on November 12, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Our college years are commonly said to be ones we will never forget and often wish to relive. Surrounded by more people than we will ever have the chance to meet, college is a time to learn and grow with those who we are fortunate enough to establish relationships.
The International Buddy Program provides a chance to establish those relationships with students from the 80 different nations represented at Auburn.…Continue
Added by Stephanie Jane Czajkowski on November 12, 2013 at 2:05pm — No Comments
Chocolate, healthy? Of course! The Auburn University Women's Resource Center encourages everyone to have a healthy lifestyle, but to also enjoy the simple pleasures in life—like chocolate. That's why it will have the 5th Annual Health and Wellness Chocolate Festival Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Added by Grace Devaney on November 11, 2013 at 9:39pm — No Comments
On any given Tuesday night, a few miles down Wire Road, you’ll see giant lights rising into the sky and orderly patches of green spread across the ground. This is the Auburn Soccer Complex.
At first glance you’ll see mostly elementary age children, with soccer moms and dads screaming and cheering as kids run the opposite direction of the ball. But if you look closer you’ll see one group of college-aged girls methodically playing the game – this is the Auburn Women’s Club…Continue
Added by Anna-Claire Gibson on November 11, 2013 at 1:34pm — No Comments
5 ways to avoid the freshmen 15
1. Register for a physical fitness class.
Nothing says skinny like an A+.
2. Avoid Stress.…Continue
Added by Amanda Moyer on November 8, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
So you dream about working in sports? You want to be the next Erin Andrews or Bob Costa? You aren’t going to make it there overnight. Auburn Athletics offers students an excellent opportunity to gain first-hand experience working in t he wild world of sports.
Auburn Athletics Media Relations offers yearlong…Continue
Added by Taylor Shirey on November 8, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Today a major trend for college students is completing internships in their desired field. Many Auburn students are jumping on this trend and truly making it their own. One such student is Elizabeth Griffith.
Elizabeth heard about the Disney college program through friends who had completed the…Continue
Added by Haley Stevens on November 8, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
On a normal Tuesday night, more than 100 students eat dinner for free at Auburn Christian Fellowship (ACF). Some students stay after dinner to help wash dishes. At 8 p.m. a small group of students get together to watch an 80s movie.
ACF is a nondenominational campus ministry for college students. “We like to say that it’s a place where we can share our lives with other people,” Emily Anne Kennedy said. Kennedy was an intern at ACF last year and is a resident this year. She helps lead…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Segarra on November 8, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
David Ingram, Auburn alumnus and previous Plainsman editor, spent his second time returning to campus discussing his college and work experiences to Auburn students on J-day.
When Ingram graduated Auburn University five years ago, he decided to follow his major from college and look for a journalism job. “There is no better time to be in journalism then right now,” Ingram said. “You can even become a journalist by tweeting a lot.”
He began freelance writing as an education…Continue
Added by Casey Andrea Morrison on November 7, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
Unless you've lived under a rock the past several months, you've seen Auburn's football team trying to complete one of the greatest single season turnarounds in the sport's history after last years 3-9 debacle. Led by new Head Coach Gus Malzahn, this years Tigers have already won eight games with still three remaining. A bowl game is all fans dreamed about before this season, but this improbable turnaround has Auburn controlling its own destiny and primed for a BCS bowl berth. Like it always…Continue
Added by Kyle Cavender Monteverde on November 6, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Every time you fall, you are given a choice. You can either stay down and not chance falling again or learn how to stand and move towards success. The only one who decides if you fail is you. Life is a test on whether or not you can overcome this personal illusion of failure.
Were you built to last?: What would you do if someone told you that you wouldn't make it. What have you done in the past when others have doubted you?…Continue
Added by Kimberly Mannausa on November 6, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
In early 2008 a new organization came to campus – one that no other school in the nation can claim – the Harold. A. Franklin Society.
The Franklin Society was formed as a way to increase black male retention rates at Auburn University.
“We’re here to create, maintain and continue the upkeep of the minority ratio here on campus,” Wade Manora, current professional chair of the Harold A. Franklin Society said.
At the time of its creation, out of 100…Continue
Added by Anna-Claire Gibson on November 6, 2013 at 12:06pm — No Comments
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Beam Bama food drive at Auburn University. The goal this year is to collect 350,000 pounds of food for the Food Bank of East Alabama. The food drive is underway now and will continue until the week of the Iron Bowl ending November 25.
The Beat Bama food drive…Continue
Added by Amanda Collier on November 6, 2013 at 10:08am — No Comments
“It’s the story of a family—a brother and sister who live together, and the sister has a…Continue
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