Every school has an Honors College. But do you know if you can get in? And if you can, how? If these are thoughts that keep you awake at night, keep reading.
As you know, the Honors College is an elite program. It offers Auburn students unique treatment in many ways.
The classes are smaller than most, and are filled with students who are on the same learning level. It also allows the chance for students to interact more closely with…Continue
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Apparel Merchandising, a major found in the College of Human Sciences is more than just stitching and sewing. Students in this major learn a variety of skills needed to succeed in this career. Examples of this are textile fiber, design and production, and sourcing and merchandising.…Continue
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The Auburn family is currently in a state of mourning after their worst fears, that their beloved Toomer’s oaks had been poisoned, were confirmed.
Auburn University affirmed the tragic truth on Feb. 16, 2011, sending a flurry of Auburn fans to Toomer’s Corner to grieve, say their goodbyes and roll the majestic oaks one last…Continue
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Most girls come to college to find friends, maybe have a future job, but mainly to find their spouse. From a young…Continue
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We all know that helping others and giving back to our communities is a valuable and fulfilling duty we have as human beings. Unfortunately, many of us cannot seem to find the time in our busy schedules to volunteer at a soup kitchen or nursing home, or take the time to pitch in during community-hosted events. But did you know that there is a way for you to save up to three lives just by sacrificing 45 minutes a day every couple months? There is – by giving blood. …
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Transfer students tend to feel alienated, not involved and “out of place” upon transferring colleges. There is an organization that originated here at Auburn that is in place to honor transfer students academic achievements as well as get them involved on campus.
Tau Sigma National Honor Society is an academic honor society designed specifically to recognize and promote academic excellence and involvement of transfer students. Tau Sigma allows the enhancement of…Continue
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Rory McIllroy, who is one of the top five ranked golfers on the PGA tour, had a slight case of the shanks during the final round of the Master's Sunday. Coming into the final round with a four stroke lead at the Master's would be hard for anybody, especially a baby faced twenty-one year old kid from Ireland.
You could tell after his lip out in the fair way bunker on number two that Rory was trying to force too much. He came back to par the next couple…Continue
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No matter what major, students at Auburn University are constantly working hard on projects, exams, experiments and whatever else is involved in their field of work. Instead of just getting a grade for their hard work, the Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Forum provides a setting for Auburn undergraduate…
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One of Auburn University’s most prestigious and competitive programs is Architecture. The College of Architecture, Design and Construction offers the Architecture program, a fully-accredited program by the National Architectural Accrediting Board.
Matthew Patterson, Laura Taylor and Alex Henderson are currently fourth year students in the Architecture program. Unlike other majors, this program requires five years to complete. The fifth year is dedicated to thesis…Continue
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Ramsey Pursell started her freshman year at Auburn pursuing a degree in business. Soon she would realize that her passion for helping people could be translated into one of Auburn University’s many majors.
Pursell discovered the major of human development and family studies after working at a camp the summer before her sophomore…Continue
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Five Auburn University seniors in the building science program are competing at the Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. Construction Management Competition in San Antonio, Texas April 12 through 15. The competition is designed to challenge construction knowledge, organization, time management and presentation skills of the teams.
The Construction Management Competition takes place annually through ABC’s partnership with the Trimmer Education Foundation, which sponsors a…Continue
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Auburn Alumna Alli May graduated from Auburn University in May 2009. She graduated with a degree in exercise science and a minor in psychology.
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May was raised in Marietta, Ga. She is the middle child of three, and was the only one of her siblings to attend Auburn University.
She now attends Armstrong Atlantic State…
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Auburn University's departments of building science, architecture, and social work are teaming up to solve problems in the community.
The Civic Engagement in the Built Environment, or CEBE, program was co-founded by Linda Ruth, a building science professor, and Emily Myers, a social work professor, with the goal of allowing students to get hands on experience while giving back to the community.
The program uses students in all three of the departments and…Continue
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With the start of the spring semester comes a countdown. A countdown to the week Auburn students have all been waiting for since the same time last year. Spring break days are the days when nothing else matters, but friends, the beach and good times.
Spring break is an important time for Auburn students to relax, cultivate relationships and…Continue
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When any Auburn student hears the term fall semester, the one thing that comes to their mind is football. Football is Auburn’s most popular sport to attend. Many students attend the football, baseball games, gymnastic, and swim meets. There is one sport in particular that tends to be underrated and that is water polo. …Continue
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College tuition, especially at Auburn, is constantly increasing. Many students apply for loans or scholarships, but some are unaware of another type of financial aid that Auburn University offers its students.
The Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) provides students with part-time employment either on campus or in the Auburn community to assist with their…Continue