Alternative Student Break gives students the opportunity to participate in something different and more beneficial for spring break. It gives students the chance to give back to a community in need and help those who are less fortunate. For years, Alternative Student Break has been making it their number one goal…Continue
Auburn University is one of the top schools for the major of apparel merchandising and design (AMDP). The course work for this major prepares students for careers in the textile, accessory and apparel industries.
After graduating students seek careers as retail buyers, sales managers, fashion coordinators, fashion forecasters, fashion journalists or sales representatives. AMDP provides endless career…Continue
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Auburn University prides itself on tradition. One of its most well known traditions is the rolling of Toomer’s Corner after winning a football game. Due to Auburn’s exceptionally great football season this year, Toomer’s Corner was rolled continuously. Numerous occasions served for an excuse to dress the beloved…Continue
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The transition from high school to college can often times be overwhelming. Because of this it is very important to get plugged in and meet new friends. Students and parents often wonder how to do this. Intramurals is one way to get involved, stay active and meet new people. To learn more about Auburn’s intramurals, I interviewed Student Coordinator Nicholas Head and student participant…Continue
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We gather here today to mourn the loss of a dear friend. Someone who has been there for us through thick and thin. A friend to every member of the Auburn family.
This is what the eulogy will read in the very near future when our beloved Toomer's Oak kicks the bucket. As most people from the South know, a man recently poisoned the oak tree at Toomer's Corner that has caught Auburn fan's toilet paper for decades.
Since this tragic news hit the media,…Continue
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Last year Auburn University's Marines started a unique tradition - getting down and dirty in the mud. While running events are common at Auburn, the Marines put a twist on their run. This year, the second annual…Continue
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Tuesday evening marked the beginning of what may be a lasting initiative of the Miss Auburn program. The first WOAH Women: Women of Auburn Helping Women lecture took place, with…Continue
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For more than 100 years there has been a shared rivalry between two Alabama universities. The competition between Auburn University and The University of Alabama has sparked conversations, fights,tears and even laughter, but what occurred this month has left many people speechless.
What started with an angry phone call to a radio show has spiraled into heartache for Auburn fans.
This January, an Alabama fan by the name of Harvey Updyke explained to sports commentator and radio…Continue
Added by Tricia Barton on February 22, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
When you think of college spring break many people often think of going to the beach with friends for an entire week. But this spring break, 35 Auburn students are doing something completely different than the normal beach trip. They are spending the week in Nicaragua where they will be working with underprivileged children. Sophomore Emily Riley is one of the 35 students going and said,"I am so excited and blessed to be spending an entire week with these… Continue
Added by Catie Faison on February 22, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
The James E. Foy Information Desk has plenty of experience in handling the unexpected. For this twenty- four hour call in service, answering questions ranging from all different types of topics has become almost second nature to most of its employees.
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Nobody wants to work for free, yet thousands upon thousands of college students do it every year. Most probably aren't doing it out of the kindness of their hearts or because it’s a good cause. They do it for “experience.”
This, however, is not the case for Lindsay Hughes, a junior at Auburn University. While experience is what she expects to gain, Lindsay is interning this summer in hopes of changing the hearts of women around her.…Continue
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Students on campus Friday the 18th were seen swinging in hammocks, riding bikes, skateboarding, playing four square, having picnic lunches, and ice skating. Yes, ice skating on campus. “Auburn on Ice” was the preliminary event to the Spring Semester edition of Tiger Nights, an event put on by the…Continue
Added by Alan McNaron on February 22, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
The Auburn community experienced devastating news on Feb.16 that a long-lived tradition is at risk. Rolling Toomer’s Corner has been a celebration to the Auburn family since predicted from the 1970’s. Students, families and all members of the community have surrounded Toomer’s Corner after any and every victory and accomplishment of Auburn University.
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Over 77,000 people poured into Jordan-Hare Stadium on January 22, 2010. The most amazing part is that it was not a game day and these were not just regular people, they were all Auburn fans, part of the Auburn family. If you are an Auburn fan this was the day that you had been waiting for a long time. The BCS celebration is a mile stone for Auburn University. …Continue
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In an office in Mary Martin Hall, new mother Bonnie Wilson works hard at keeping the small and typically unseen parts of important Auburn University programs running every day. Mrs. Wilson has been and employee of the university since October of 2005 and has had the opportunity to be a pioneer in both positions she has held as a faculty member.
Bonnie Wilson is the current coordinator for the Women in Science and Engineering Institute, also known as WISE. As the coordinator…Continue
Added by Blake Menke on February 22, 2011 at 1:11am — No Comments
It was just 6 days ago when the Auburn family was made aware of one horrible crime that would forever change one of the longest standing traditions in college football. It was on Wednesday, February 16, that the news broke that the Toomer's Corner oaks had been poisoned when one man took college football's oldest rivalry too far.
In a town where tradition means everything, the response to the poisoning of the 130-year-old oaks was initially an angry one. However, once the…Continue
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