Ahhh, Spring Break. Auburn University welcomes you with open arms.
If you are a freshman or sophomore, this means it is time for you and your 13 closest friends to pay entirely too much for a three-bedroom condominium (don’t forget to call NOT sleeping in the bathtub) and head down to Destin to enjoy a full seven days of fun in the sun—though early March is still too cold to actually enjoy the ocean.
It is time for you to research the important things, like how long it will…Continue
Added by Hilary Meares on February 20, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Flash back to O-days. There are rows and rows of tables on the concourse with a variety of organizations to choose from. You’re looking to get involved with a philanthropic organization, but maybe you didn’t get to talk to every single organization. Maybe you even decided to skip over the concourse all together on those days. Fear not! You’re in luck. There are tons of organizations at Auburn University that serve the community, and it’s easy to give back.
Added by Alissa Best on October 7, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
AUBURN – Auburn University will award 3,312 academic degrees May 6-8 in Auburn Arena during spring commencement ceremonies featuring talks by Auburn alumni and industry leaders.
The first ceremony on May 6 begins at 1 p.m. for the colleges of Agriculture; Architecture, Design and Construction; Education; and Human Sciences. Auburn alumnus Ron Baynes, NFL coordinator of recruiting and officiating development, will be the speaker. The second ceremony starts at 5 p.m. for the College of…Continue
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With spring break less than a week away, students from all over campus are gearing up to break free and enjoy a week without classes. For most, this will entail going to one of the most popular outings, enjoying some rays and relaxing at the beach with friends. Other students may view this as an opportunity to go out and serve a community where any source of help is greatly needed. Locally and nationally, communities all over are consistently yearning for volunteers.
Added by Alex Kistler on March 8, 2011 at 11:33am — No Comments
When you think of college spring break many people often think of going to the beach with friends for an entire week. But this spring break, 35 Auburn students are doing something completely different than the normal beach trip. They are spending the week in Nicaragua where they will be working with underprivileged children. Sophomore Emily Riley is one of the 35 students going and said,"I am so excited and blessed to be spending an entire week with these… Continue
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