Auburn University football
is back in 2010 with a new set of recruits, a solid deposit of veteran players and a team of coaches that will set you on edge for an entire game. Auburn’s stadium hosted more than 63,000 screaming fans, an A-Day
record, on April 17.
Instead of an opponent, Auburn’s offence and defense acted as… Continue
Added by Megen Heslip on April 19, 2010 at 12:53pm —
As May approaches and the weather begins to taunt students of summer vacation, those seniors in college who are graduating have only one thing on their mind-To get a job!
However, getting that job is not easy anymore. Students are going to great lengths to stand out amongst the crowd and get themselves noticed. Now more than ever, students need to think out of the box in order to get the life they want. “I am Free Enterprise”
Added by Amanda Pinto on April 14, 2010 at 4:45pm —
Getting into those fun non-major classes are nearly impossible. Either you don't meet the prerequisites or there just isn't enough space to offer students outside of a specific major.
Don't get bogged down because students can take those classes through The Outreach Program Office. There are more than 50 short classes offered through Community Courses
and they vary on topics for a wide range of interests.
John Freeze, associate… Continue
Added by Amanda Pinto on March 1, 2010 at 4:00pm —
For the first time, Disney Keys to Business Excellence is coming to Auburn University on March 17. Auburn’s Office of Outreach has partnered with the Disney Institute’s traveling professional development program.
Gina Murray, who is a program developer for the Office of Outreach
, is thrilled that Disney has chosen to come to Auburn.
“Disney goes to university campuses all over the country and this is the only one scheduled for the… Continue
Added by Amanda Pinto on February 15, 2010 at 4:27pm —
Students of Auburn University’s College of Nursing and School of Building Science will travel to Quito, Ecuador on Feb. 21 to gain experience and credit hours. This service learning study abroad program has been offered by the College of Nursing for more that six years. This year’s trip is unique because it is the first year for the School of Building Science to join together with the College of Nursing.
“There is such a need for a trip like this, and Auburn University has worked… Continue
Added by Meg Beasley on January 28, 2010 at 6:30pm —
For Laurie Kruger, a 22-year-old in the Interior Design major, studying abroad in Italy last spring has her saying “When in Auburn” rather than “When in Rome.”
Kruger traveled with 10 other Interior Design majors to Ariccia, Italy with the Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Abroad Program to enhance her knowledge of interior design and to gain new worldly perspectives. Not only did she receive credit and a minor while in Ariccia, but her experience has helped her with classes during her last… Continue
Added by Caitlyn Shatlock on January 28, 2010 at 7:03pm —
The Lee County Humane Society will hold their annual fund-raiser, Pet Portraits with Santa Claus, on Saturday, November 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at For Paws Boutique. The boutique is sponsoring the fund-raiser, and all photos will be taken by Kelly Focht with Fotos by Focht.
This is the 11th year for Pet Portraits, and it is the oldest fund-raiser for LCHS. The event has raised as much as $1000 in the past, and averages about $500 to $700 a year. A portion of the proceeds from… Continue
Added by Patricia DeBow on November 30, 2009 at 1:33pm —
With the Holidays just around the corner, students are finalizing their plans to return home. After a stressful semester, there is no place like home. Time with family, a few weeks away from school and holiday cheer are all things students look forward to at the end of their dreaded exams.
Some students however, have a long distance to travel if they wish to go home for the holidays. Whether they fly, drive or take a bus, students find ways to get home, no matter how far the… Continue
Added by Anna Keith Johnson on November 15, 2009 at 5:42pm —
As Christmas break rapidly approaches, students across Auburn University’s campus are feverishly making holiday plans. Some students are going on vacations, while others are heading home. However, the constant theme with student’s holiday plans is spending time with the people that really matter, their families.
Christmas break is a time for fun, food and family and no one knows this better than Evan Roberts, a freshman at Auburn.
“This holiday season, I will be traveling… Continue
Added by Hillary Gibbs on November 18, 2009 at 10:00am —
Auburn, Ala., is getting into the holiday spirit. Local businesses, boy scouts, girl scouts, old car clubs, beauty queens, horse-drawn carriages and more will all come together on Thursday, Dec.3.
The annual Christmas parade is a local favorite, and even Santa makes his way to the plains for the event.
“The Christmas parade has been going on just about as long as I remember,” Paula Nix says, owner of Nix Dance Studio.…
Added by Caroline Cassidy on November 18, 2009 at 1:00pm —
With Thanksgiving break and finals just around the corner, Auburn students find themselves spending a lot of time in the library.
I made a visit to the library on Monday night and asked students what they were thankful for and what they were doing over Thanksgiving break.
Every person was eager to answer my questions because that gave them an excuse to step away from their studies.
“I’m thankful for my friends, family, Auburn and good health,” said junior Ashley… Continue
Added by Monica Afanador on November 18, 2009 at 2:30pm —
The typical complaint about Thanksgiving is that your stomach is so full it’s about to explode, but what a lot of people don’t think about on this gluttonous occasion are those that don’t have the satisfaction of rubbing their belly and taking food coma naps at the end of the day.
The members of the Auburn University sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi have come up with a way to help those with a money crunch this season. The chapter hopes to guarantee four families the groceries needed for a… Continue
Added by Kaitlin Collart Duffy on November 18, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Heading into the 2009 Iron Bowl with a 7-4 record is an impressive feat for Auburn University's young football team that faced a challenging schedule. Early and pre-season chatter among Auburn fans yielded mixed feelings on how the season, specifically the Iron Bowl, would turn out.
Amid the chatter was an uproar from students and fans, unhappy about the game being slotted for the 1:30 p.m. spot on CBS, on Friday, Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving.
Over the past few… Continue
Added by Kelsey Ware on November 18, 2009 at 4:00pm —
With less than three weeks left in the semester, Auburn students begin to start mentally preparing for finals and for the conclusion of another semester. Within those last three weeks of school, there lies Thanksgiving break, and the question of how should I spend the next eight days.
Tina Hall of Birmingham, Ala. and senior in communication, says she is excited about going home to spend time with family and friends before the hectic schedule of finals and studying long hours in the… Continue
Added by Katlin Mulvaney on November 18, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Fall is here and with it brings scarves, fallen leaves and the smell of
a turkeys roasting in ovens. Thanksgiving is a holiday meant to be spent
at home with family, reminiscing about old times and reminding each
other of how happy you are to be with one another. But what if your home
was 918 miles away? This is the case for many of Auburn’s out-of-state
students, but junior exercise science major Cyndi Hinchman is determined
to have a wonderful Thanksgiving right… Continue
Added by Kristin Lee Keller on November 19, 2009 at 7:00pm —
College students look forward to the Christmas season as they anxiously wait for the presents they will exchange with friends. Girls hug as they unwrap that dress they thought they could not afford, and guys high five after receiving the latest Xbox game. Sharing gifts with roommates is especially exciting, but three Auburn University girls chose to put a different spin on the event.
Meaghan Feick, Laura Chambless and Mckenna Hicks have shared an apartment for nearly three years.… Continue
Added by Mary Catherine Stewart on November 21, 2009 at 12:42pm —
Wanted: Staff Writer or Copy Editor
Job Description: Working unconventional hours (do not expect 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), no cell reception in work area, sense of humor, love of Chik-fil-A, knowledge of AP Style, use of the infamous red pen, InDesign is a plus and must be an Auburn University student.
Distributed in the wee hours of Thursday mornings, students are anxious to pick up their copy from the stands around campus. But most students are unaware of how much work goes… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Mahaney on October 28, 2009 at 2:00pm —