If you are ever walking around Auburn’s campus on a Wednesday, you may notice something different. The concourse seems to be alive with different organizations sharing what they are about. Auburn students know this as O-Days, or Organization Days.
Jordan Kirkland, assistant director of Student Involvement Ambassadors, explains the purpose of O-days by saying, “it’s basically a few hours in the…Continue
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With all the honor societies available for students, it can be difficult to decide which one will be better suited to the student’s needs.
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Delta Epsilon Iota is an academic achievement honor society. DEI was created in 1994 in order to aid in connecting the brightest students with their career centers.
“Delta, Epsilon and Iota, the…Continue
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Auburn Student Veterans Association hosted a luncheon for many prominent faculty and staff members from the various colleges and schools, said ASVA President Dan McClain who is a junior in computer science.
Guest speaker for the luncheon, Mike Dakduk, Executive Director of Student Veterans of America, also…Continue
Added by Jessica Rucker on November 15, 2012 at 11:03pm — No Comments
The most famous tiger in America might be named Tony, but a different cat rules the plains of Auburn. His name is Aubie. Students and fans alike enjoy watching his antics on the football field. However, Aubie is just one tiger and can not make all of those signs himself. He needs help.
This is where the Aubie…Continue
Added by Jessica Rucker on October 8, 2012 at 5:52am — No Comments
After trying out for a campus organization, students at most universities anxiously await a list, which determines their fate, to be posted. Auburn students, however, gather on the lawn of Cater Hall and listen nervously as the lists are read aloud in an Auburn tradition known as Callouts.
During Callouts, the officers or…Continue
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Auburn University provides many opportunities for students to get involved academically outside of the classroom. Kendall Bliss studies Accounting in the College of Business and decided to stay involved by joining an organization that she considers more than just a sign-up sheet.
Beta Alpha Psi is an honor society for accounting majors with a few important requirements.
In order to be a…Continue
Added by Tricia Barton on March 8, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments