“I live under a rock,” says Jerad Hayes, a junior in electrical engineering.
Because his cell isn’t a smartphone, Hayes believes that he isn’t up to date.
Although Hayes, a junior in electrical engineering, doesn’t own a smartphone, he says that if he lost his cell, he would get a new one as soon as…Continue
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Brian Knowles graduated from Auburn in 1984 and majored in building science. This was over 25 years ago, and back then, students were not learning the same technological skills that modern day building science students are learning.
“It’s truly amazing how much the industry has changed in 25 years,” said Knowles.
Throughout history and up until the last 25 to 30 years, all design drawings and renderings were done by hand by master builders,…Continue
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Many students at Auburn University are required to complete an internship before graduating. Some students decide to use this opportunity to chase their dreams.
Lauren Weathers, a senior at Auburn, has always had a passion for politics.
“It was something that just captivated me, I grew up watching the news with my…Continue
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Representatives of Auburn University are trained to call the on-campus housing options “residence halls” and not “dorms.” To Auburn, a dorm is nothing more than a place to sleep and hang your hat at night. A residence hall, however, is a place to engage with other students in an interactive living community.
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Auburn is a small town, and after living here for a few years the recreational activities available can seem pretty repetitive. So, here’s an idea for something to do that is not only fun and interesting; but the best part is it’s free.
Auburn University’s Jule Collins Smith Museum located at 901 S. College St. is…Continue
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This Sunday afternoon I was sitting at a picnic table on a patio in Kentucky talking to my wife's uncle about the football games from the day before (This is, of course, the typical way to spend Sunday in the South). At a short lull in the conversation I noticed that he was staring intently at the front bumper of my Santa Fe. I tried to follow his gaze, quietly wondering what in the world had so captivated his attention, when I realized he was looking at my newly installed Auburn University…Continue
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Bring your children (Pre-K to elementary) to the fall festival on Cater Lawn on October 27 from 5:30-7:00!
The National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association is sponsoring the event. There will be games, prizes, snacks, and Aubie will make a guest appearance. The children are welcome to wear costumes if they wish. Please see the attached flyer.…Continue
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AUBURN—At approximately 6 p.m., October 6, 2011, the Auburn Fire Department received a phone call notifying them of a fire in Hargis Hall.
Deputy Fire Chief Rodney Hartsfield responded to the call with the Auburn Fire Department to discover a small fire in the bell tower of the building.
Hartsfield says most of…Continue
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The Auburn Men’s Club Soccer team took down Ole Miss on Sunday to earn their spot in the southeastern regional tournament. A goal by Bradley Boyett was the only difference between the two sides in a tough game.
“It was a big game for the Tigers on Sunday, we were facing the Ole Miss Black Bears for a bid to the regional tournament,”…
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STEP UP YOUR LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL
This semester you can take a class that will change your life. Women and Leadership, CCEN 2100, is a class that helps students discover their passions and develop them into leadership potential. Women and Leadership is a fun elective that will give you an edge as you move towards your career aspirations. Students engage in interactive exercises, go on field trips, and learn practical ways to turn their goals into…Continue
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New York Fashion Week, Miss USA, meeting and styling numerous celebrities.
For Kaitlin Jones, it is just another day at work.
Jones' love for fashion started at a young age but it wasn't until she was 16 that she got the fashion opportunity every girl dreams of having. She was shopping for a prom dress in Eufaula, Ala. when Sherri Hill spotted and approached her. She instantly asked Jones to model for her in New York, which was the…Continue
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"I would say the graphics in the new Madden are some of the best I have seen so far," said Quenten Gabay, a Madden enthusiast and senior studying hotel and restaurant management.
Electronic Arts, publisher of the popular football video game series, has spared no expense making sure that this Madden was the…Continue
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Supporting local business is more important now than ever with our struggling economy. Local business is the heart and soul of our small southern towns—they are the places you can go where the people know your name, go to the same church as you, or possibly your neighbors.
Sikes’ Feed and Seed Store, located at 1780 E. Glenn…Continue
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The University Program Council (UPC) of Auburn University will be hosting its Last Comic Standing event on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.
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Last Comic Standing is an event where Auburn students can display their comedic talents in front of their peers by performing stand-up comedy or a comedy skit. The…
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