Here is an excerpt from one Auburn fan's amazing Christmas Eve story. It is a story of a father and a son creating a memory that will last a lifetime. Cam Newton is the dream ... and he came through once again, proving he is a truly kind soul. See Parker's Auburn Christmas Wish Come True.…Continue
Added by Auburn Family on December 29, 2011 at 9:53am — No Comments
by Katherine Harding (photo right), Office of Communications and Marketing
Just as the Auburn University campus is expanding, so is its gingerbread campus counterpart.
Students in the Masters of Integrated Design and Construction Program, led by Associate Professor Paul Holley, are adding four new buildings to the gingerbread campus this fall: Hargis Hall, The Hotel at Auburn University and…
Added by Auburn Family on December 26, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
Molly Welch Among the Inspiring Grads…
Added by Auburn Family on December 24, 2011 at 7:41pm — No Comments
Here they are! The Fall 2011 Auburn PR Student Digital Resumes and Portfolios from my Style & Design students. Links to their sites and a slideshow are below.
Many of these students just graduated. As always, I'm sure they want me to share the mantra by which all of these sites were created ... Hire Them!
Good students all, I heartily recommend them to you all.…
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AUBURN - The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a $425,000 Challenge Grant to the Encyclopedia of Alabama, a free online resource on Alabama's history, culture and natural environment. The Encyclopedia of Alabama was one of 215 humanities projects named in the federal agency's recent announcement of $21 million in grants nationwide and the only Alabama project selected in its most recent award cycle.
"The Encyclopedia of Alabama is a remarkable…Continue
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As a member of the Auburn Family, your input is important to us as we try to ensure that the beloved tradition of rolling Toomer's Corner is preserved. We do not yet know what will happen with the trees themselves; the input we request is for long-term consideration. Below are options being considered by theCommittee to Determine the Future of Rolling Toomer's Corner*. These are the most popular…Continue
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