1. He has a real name. It’s Jocsan Omar…
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Sally Altymer is a senior majoring in accounting at Auburn. Altymer has an above average grade point average and is one of the students that has the drive and…Continue
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Family Fall Weekend hosted by Office of Parent and Family Programs is being held Oct. 11-13. Auburn University is inviting all family members to the annual event to experience student life, as well as attend activities on Auburn’s campus and in the community.
“More than 800 people are expected to…Continue
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Talladega Superspeedway was on Auburn University’s campus Wednesday, Oct. 2, with NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. to launch a NASCAR College Program. The idea of the program is to promote the sport and familiarize young people with its events.
During Wednesday’s events,…Continue
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Have you ever thought about switching majors but didn't want to start over? Have you spent way too much time staring at the university's list of majors thinking, "Seriously?! There has to be something I want to do with the rest of my life."
Now, in Auburn's interdisciplinary…Continue
Added by Michelle Lolley on October 3, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Auburn learning communities are a great way for freshman to plug into a group of friends. A learning community is an academic opportunity for incoming freshman. They are a group of 20-25 students who are all enrolled in three core classes together.
Learning communities provide incoming freshman with a group of people who they automatically know in their classes. Learning…Continue
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The award is presented annually to an Auburn woman who “best embodies selfless service and a commitment to Auburn…Continue
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Auburn students continually partake in the bettering of lives both near and far. In the case of Claire Machold and Kingslea Younker, the lives are those of Kenyan families suffering from Aids.
Care for Aids, a non-profit organization in Kenya, has committed to assisting families suffering from Aids by implementing a program designed to heal both mental and physical ailments.
The program involves educating patients on how to properly take their medication,…Continue
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Auburn students passionate in the arts are swinging their hips to commemorate the life of one of the most influential director-choreographers, Bob Fosse, in an original performance titled, “All That Fosse.” He was an unprecedented choreographer who won eight Tony Awards, and forever changed the industry with his provocative yet entertaining choreography.…Continue
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A student’s first year at Auburn University is a once in a lifetime experience. It shapes his or her Auburn career – friends are made, organizations are joined and traditions are learned. Though most of these things are figured out by the student, it is the guidance from the First Year Experience office that leads students to become a true member of the Auburn Family.
The First Year Experience office is located in 189 Foy Hall. The staff and students who work in the office coordinate…Continue
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Year after year, Auburn University students travel the world in search of adventure, art, culture, and...class credit. Why would Elizabeth Johnston take a strategic planning course in the classroom when she can take it in London? And who could resist earning a minor in international studies in Italy? Not Mary Ann Martin.…Continue
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Auburn University student Tim Dunlap, conducted undergraduate research this past summer for the department of electrical engineering. Dunlap worked on a team of three to determine how signals are sent. The goal of the project was to predict…Continue
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Auburn University’s Department of Public Safety and Security is hosting an active shooter-training course Sept. 30 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m., located in the Auburn Arena.
This free course is designed to prepare students, faculty, and staff for any life-threatening situation they may encounter.
“We created a course for Auburn University to…Continue
Added by Katie Esters on September 24, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments
This past weekend, the Auburn Tigers suffered their first football loss on the road at the hands of the Louisiana State Tigers. Auburn has not faced LSU in Death Valley since 2011, when LSU went on to win the SEC Championship and ultimately a trip to the National Championship, where they fell to The University of Alabama.
Out of the 92,524 seats in Tiger Stadium, the eighth largest in terms of seating capacity in the NCAA, a few hundred of those seats were occupied by members of the…
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When taking notes in the Haley Center or studying in RBD Library, it can be difficult to imagine applying knowledge beyond the classroom. But for sophomore Sara Rains, her hunger studies class took her to places she never imagined.
Last spring, Rains, a nutrition and horticulture major and hunger studies minor, took the hunger studies capstone course taught by Director of Hunger and Sustainability Initiatives Dr. Kate Thornton. Through Auburn’s relationship with the…Continue
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Auburn University professor aims to increase the number of female faculty in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) discipline.
Toni Alexander, associate professor of cultural geography, hopes to use her research as a way to achieve that goal. Her research methods have included…Continue
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Auburn University has an amazing Auburn Abroad program. More than 800 students from Auburn study all over the world each year.Continue
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