Added by Michelle Wilder on April 12, 2011 at 2:18pm — No Comments
Added by Morgan Dorsett on April 12, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
As a student here at Auburn I would like to take the opportunity to remind you, “Listen to your professors.”
Upon first becoming a student here at Auburn I thought that most of my professors would just tell me things, just to be saying them. The further I get into my major, the more I see how right they are.
One of the first classes I took was taught by, Ric Smith, the internship leader. We had a heart to heart class meeting one day, where we all thought we were in trouble for…Continue
Added by Jessica Smith on April 12, 2011 at 1:56pm — No Comments
Many students come to dread math. But for some students, math will lead to incredibly successful careers. If you are have a passion for numbers, then the Department of Mathematics and Statistics has a major for you.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is part of the College of Science and Mathematics. It has more than 50…Continue
Added by Patti Plath on April 12, 2011 at 1:50pm — No Comments
Our knowledge of flight, dynamics and propulsion has come a long way since the first flight of the Wright Brothers in 1903. Through the hard work and big dreams of those who saw the endless possibilities of flight, the Auburn aerospace engineering…Continue
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When the event began in 1965, none of the members of the Alpha Psi veterinary fraternity could have imagined the impact that their philanthropy event would have on their organization. The Alpha Psi Rodeo is a tradition that is now 46 years young and still continues to bring fun and excitement for all ages.
Originally started as the Alpha Psi Round-Up, the event was meant to simply be a way for the men of the veterinary fraternity to relieve some stress brought on by their…Continue
Added by Blake Menke on April 12, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Many students are preparing for Graduation, which is less than one month away. Some students will head of to graduate school, law school, or go get another major. But what about the students that plan on heading straight into the work force?
Most liberal arts students believe that the staff does a great job helping the transition…Continue
Added by Rebecca Elizabeth Smith on April 12, 2011 at 1:27pm — No Comments
Ryan Forbus is a junior majoring in history at Auburn University. Upon arrival at Auburn, Forbus was unsure of exactly what major was for him. After speaking with several advisers and consulting family, he chose to pursue a degree in history with a minor concentration on political science.
History is something that is prevalent to Auburn, both in the university and in the community surrounding the university. In no way is that history more celebrated than by the…Continue
Added by William Stewart on April 12, 2011 at 1:26pm — No Comments
Music is a part of the world around us; whether we have the radio turned up, attend a concert or just pass by someone playing a guitar on the Haley concourse. For some, music is a small part of life, maybe what one does to relax or perhaps the ideal study tool. Yet, for others music is a passion and the key to future careers.
Added by Abigail Leigh McInnish on April 12, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Ellen Weathers is a senior in Journalism at Auburn. She decided that she wanted to pursue a career in journalism, because she said, “I am observant. I don’t forget places and names. I also think it is important as citizens to know what is going on and helping people around you to know what’s going on. I especially hate to…Continue
Added by Veazey Tramel on April 12, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Auburn University’s sororities and fraternities on campus each take part in hosting a philanthropic event on campus. These events are known to be fun and entertaining while giving back to certain charities in need. The Pi Beta Phi sorority hosted the Pi Phiesta philanthropy…Continue
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Did you know that about 50 million Americans live with a disability? That number is huge. There are many disabled people who live right here in our community. Auburn has created Best Buddies to volunteer and help with the disabled in the Auburn and Opelika area. I researched this topic and interviewed past participant, Stephanie Mitchell, to learn more about this organization.
Added by Rebecca Earle on April 12, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
If you want to find one of the best examples of the Auburn Family look no further than your favorite Auburn bookstore. J&M Bookstore has been around since 1953 and is just as much an Auburn landmark as Toomer’s Corner or Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Added by Elizabeth Weeks on April 12, 2011 at 10:55am — No Comments
Brooke Bell, formerly known as Brooke Brewster, graduated from Auburn University in 2009. Bell was done with all of her major courses and needed one more elective for her final semester, so she decided to take the self-defense course. The self-defense course is offered by the Kinesiology Department and is now extremely popular.
"When you're a senior and all you have to do before you graduate is take your last couple hours, you aren't too worried about what you are going to take,"…Continue
Added by Tricia Barton on April 12, 2011 at 10:46am — No Comments
Auburn is full of numbers of ways to get involved and interact with students with similar interests. Clubs and organizations are one of the best ways to meet people and become an active part of the Auburn Family. There is a particular club that joins not because of their interest to meet others, but solely to help others.…
Added by Alan McNaron on April 12, 2011 at 10:02am — No Comments
One of the beauties of college is students' ability to choose which classes they want to take. For many incoming freshmen, though, they must still deal with the requirement of core classes. These classes can include English, science, and mathematics, and in many ways these simple courses can be intimidating.
Added by Ashley Mundy on April 12, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
Auburn University has more than 12 different colleges that offer graduate and undergraduate majors. The College of Education at Auburn gives students the option of choosing among 43 different degrees. Auburns’ College of Education has a 100-year history of great experience on educating and preparing young adults to enter into the education fields.
Added by Chelsea Elizabeth Lopez on April 12, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
On Auburn University’s campus you can find many different colleges, each having multiple programs that fulfill any student’s educational desires. In the College of Architecture, Design and Construction there is one such degree that is very challenging, yet worthwhile; it is the Bachelor’s Degree of…Continue
Added by Ian Patrick Rigby on April 12, 2011 at 12:13am — No Comments