IMPACT, Auburn’s student volunteer organization, is looking for the next group of project coordinators.
Project coordinators (PCs) work one-on-one with 13 agencies in the Auburn/Opelika area; they serve as a liaison between the site and volunteers to create volunteer opportunities for Auburn University students.
“The best part about being a PC is knowing that when I look back on my college…
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Auburn University’s Social Work Program equips students with the knowledge and training they need to succeed in the demanding field of work.
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The Bachelor of Arts in Social Work degree is accredited by the Council of Social Work Education. Students with a degree from an accredited institution are eligible to take the examination for…
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On Saturday April 16, 2011 at Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, the Junior League hosts their 5th Annual walk/run fundraiser supporting various community organizations that focus on arts and literacy for children in Lee County.
Fun for all ages, all proceeds of the…Continue
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It’s a beautiful day. You want to spend time outside and do something fun. If you are part of the Auburn family, chances are you have been to an Auburn baseball game on a day like this. If you enjoy going to Auburn baseball games, becoming an Auburn Diamond Doll might be the perfect thing for you. To learn more about this, I interviewed Diamond Doll, Katie Campbell.
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Auburn Alumni Association has plenty of trips to offer that current students and alumni can go. The purposes of the trips are to create everlasting memories while traveling glamorous places with friends,…Continue
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Scott Barnes, senior at Auburn University majoring in history, plans to attend seminary upon graduation.
Barnes chose history as his major because of his interest in historical Christianity. He says that most European and United States history courses tend to revolve around The Church.
Barnes says his favorite class was Medieval English History with Dr. Kicklighter.
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If you ever drive through campus late at night or in the earliest hours of the morning, you may notice the lights are still on in Wallace Hall. That’s where the graphic design students of Auburn University spend their days learning and their nights designing. They are arguably some of the hardest working students on Auburn’s campus.
The profession of graphic design revolves around visual communication using symbols, typography, images and words. To…Continue
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Auburn’s school of business has been recognized many times, and is one of the top 50 public business schools in the nation. The accounting major has a lot to do with this.
The accounting program is not just very competitive to get accepted to, but also offers great opportunities for internships. The accounting department and the top…Continue
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Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences is home to one of the most unique and competitive programs on campus, Interior Design. Only 30 incoming freshman accepted into Interior Design in the fall.
This department is what brought Stephanie Nixon to Auburn University all…Continue
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Sixteen of Auburn’s most talented students line up across the stage of the Student Activity Center waiting eagerly for their name to be announced. They have perfected their talents, increased awareness for their philanthropic cause and practiced potential on-stage questions in front of their mirrors countless times. Worn out from the time and energy invested in the weeks leading up to the long awaited pageant, each one secretly hopes that their name gets called from the rest of the…Continue
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Now that spring has sprung, more and more people are enjoying being out at the pool or in their front yards. Specifically fraternities will start having their spring parties at their houses. While these parties are fun and give everyone a chance to hang out outside with their friends, there are some things to think about concerning safety. Risk management comes into play for these spring parties to prevent any liability issues. The Interfraternity Council, otherwise known as the IFC,…Continue
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On Saturday. April 2, 2011, the Auburn University Diamond Dolls will be hosting the third annual 5K race being held in honor of Mary-Louise Pawlowski, daughter of Auburn’s head baseball coach John Pawlowski.
In 2007, Mary-Louise Pawlowski was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer, PNET (primitive neuroectodermal tumors), a rare malignancy seen in only two percent of children with cancer.
Coach Pawlowski, a marathon runner, developed a…Continue
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An Auburn tradition of A-Day falls on the same day as 11th anniversary of 280 Boogie this year and residents are having to choose which event they want to go to.
A-Day is chance to showcase Auburn football players for the fall season. Auburn fans come from all over to watch the Auburn team play one another, and the town buzzes as if there was an actual football game.
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Mattie Magill, a freshman from Ocala, Florida, is excited about becoming a kindergarten teacher when she graduates from Auburn. Magill is majoring in Early Childhood Education in the College of Education. “I have known that I have wanted to be a teacher since I was in first grade,” says Magill.
Magill sat down to talk about why becoming a kindergarten teacher was so important to her. “Everyone remembers their kindergarten teacher and how much fun your first real year of…Continue
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The Movie 127 hours is a painfully true tale of a man named Aron Ralston, Played by James Franco, who was hiking in a Utah Canyon when a boulder trapped him in a crevice for five days. Raltson is a professional Mountain climber, and prior to the accident he has scaled over 30 of Colorado’s mountains. Ralston was able to save his own life because he was trained by professionals to be able to survive in the wilderness. Ralston’s story is a prime example of why people should take classes before…Continue
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