The Dunkin’ Darlings of Auburn University are accepting applications for women who are enthusiastic about Auburn Basketball.
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The Dunkin’ Darlings held an informational sessions on Sept.12 and Sept. 15. to explain the organization and gain the interest of potential…Continue
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The international business major here at Auburn offers so many opportunities for those students who choose that path. You are able to major in a broad category and also concentrate on smaller aspects as well. For example, Sylvia McCallum is majoring in international business with a concentration in marketing and German. She has been able to really take advantage of all the opportunities this major has presented to her.
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Last summer was the experience of a lifetime for junior Sam Watts. If interning with the Wilmer Hale Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School wasn’t enough, being offered an internship from a D.C congresswoman on her flight home just might top it.
Sam is working towards a degree in International Business in Spanish, with a…Continue
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It’s fair to say that many college students are coffee drinkers. A cup of morning Joe can save a grade or be a great date idea, but a particular group of Auburn students has set out to prove that coffee- or lack thereof- could actually make a difference in lives overseas.
Mocha Club Director Barrett Ward founded the organization in…
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The current senior class at Auburn University arrived in 2008 with the highest incoming ACT score in the university’s history. With an average of 25.9, they were the highest achieving group of students ever to walk the campus.
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Studying abroad for a semester is a popular decision made by students every year. Auburn University offers hundreds of different abroad programs that pertain to everyone’s needs.
Whether you head for Europe, Africa, Asia or anywhere else in the world, studying abroad is a favorite college memory among those who…Continue
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Ashley House plans to work for a nonprofit organization once she graduates from Auburn University in public relations. This summer she was able to get a sneak peak into the life of working in the nonprofit world.
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Having an internship is required at Auburn to graduate in public relations. House took this chance to use her…
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Auburn senior Alexis Sivcovich recently started the Jamie Oliver Food Revolution activist group for Auburn University.
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Sivcovich was a summer 2011 intern for the Food Revolution in London in their social media department.
This Food Revolution is about saving America's health by changing the way people eat. It’s…
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Many students graduate still not knowing what they want to do when they grow up, but that is not the case with first-year graduate student, Amanda Bradley.
Bradley is in Auburn University’s Speech Pathology program and chose this path in eighth grade.
“I chose speech because my aunt is a speech pathologist,” Bradley said.…Continue
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Auburn alumnus, Tim Cook, was recently announced as the new CEO at Apple, Inc. Could you be the next Auburn graduate to be take the top spot at a big corporation? If you major in Industrial and Systems Engineering then it is a definite possibility.
Heather Calhoun is an industrial and systems engineering major and she has big…Continue
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Hang around the Student ACT long enough and you might catch a glimpse of students swinging around an oddly-shaped weight.
"The best way to describe it is a cannonball with a handle," said Nolan Griffin, a Kettle Bells I Instructor for the Auburn Student ACT Center. "They are usually made out of cast iron ranging from weights of 5 to 100 pounds."
The cannon-ball-shaped weight first appeared in Russia in the early 1700s. Kettle bells…
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If you are an Auburn student or faculty member, every week you get an email in your inbox from Ashley House. Not sure who that is?
We all get the weekly email, “This Week @ AU” that informs us on various events taking place in Auburn for the upcoming week.
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FALL INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION AND RECEPTION
The Auburn Arts Association invites you to attend the
FALL INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION AND RECEPTION…Continue
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Sad news indeed. Doc Walls passed away last evening after a brave battle. To the thousands of people he could call by name on sight we will all call your name this day. Rest in Peace Doc.
Billy “Doc” G. Walls, Auburn University Professor of Music/Director of Bands Emeritus and Music Education Instructor attained perfection September 13, 2011. Born January 28, 1934, Bill was preceded in death by his father Elsie, mother Iva, and brother Joe “Tommy.” Survivors include wife…Continue
September 11, 2001 is the one event which has split the life of every college student at Auburn. 10 years ago the towers fell and around 10 years before that many of Auburn’s college students were born or close to it giving us a unique opportunity to chronicle life before and after that day.
“I was in computer class,…
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