Auburn is a university built on strong traditions and rich history, but there is no denying that a lot has changed since its first opening in 1856. These changes include the day-to-day life of female students. Here are 5 things that female students could not do if they were here 55 years ago.
1. Spend long nights in Ralph Brown Draughon library
There were no late nights studying or out on the town. Auburn graduate, Betty Burgess, explains that…Continue
Added by Caroline Holmes on December 17, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
Students and community members alike gathered Tuesday evening in Auburn for a relaxing benefit night to “Sip for Santa Julia” at a local business, Coffee Cat. Nine Auburn University students, along with an advisor from the university, will be heading to Nicaragua for a week of this coming winter break to serve the rural Santa Julia Community outside of the capital city of Managua.…Continue
Added by Paige Serzen on December 17, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments
Sometimes, it’s the little things that end up being remembered. For interviews in particular, it can be easy to spend all your energy focusing on the big picture, but it’s equally important to know the ins and outs of interviewing etiquette.
To assist with that, this infographic offers great tips for every part of the interview: before, during, and after. There’s even a bonus dining section, which is great for people like me who feel like eating during an interview is…Continue
Added by Kinsey Parker on December 10, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments