“I believe in work, hard work.”-The Auburn Creed. This quote best describes what it takes to be an Auburn University majorette. The Auburn University majorettes are an important component of the Auburn University Marching Band.
Lauren Gray, a junior majoring in math education, has known this feeling of hard work ever since her…Continue
The Auburn Christian Student Center, better known as ACSC, is a campus ministry open to all Auburn University students. The ACSC has been around for years and their impact on students lasts forever. There are endless opportunities to be found at the ACSC as well, including a spring break trip to Honduras.
Every spring break students and…Continue
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The College of Human Sciences is one that brings many of their students big opportunities, much like Auburn University as a whole. One department, the Department of Consumer Affairs, offers degrees varying from apparel merchandising to interior design.
Each degree has multiple achievements to be proud of. Interior Design is fully…Continue
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The Auburn University Chapter of Best Buddies is an organization that helps so many people by doing the simplest things. The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one to one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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Ever heard of Auburn referred to as “The Farm School” or “The Cow School?” Well if you have, it’s because Auburn is highly recognized for our College of Agriculture. The College of Agriculture here at Auburn dates back to 1872 with the establishment of the Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College as a land-grant college.
The college has helped advance Alabama’s agricultural economy while improving the nutrition, health and standard of living for all people. The mission of…Continue
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Transfer students tend to feel alienated, not involved and “out of place” upon transferring colleges. There is an organization that originated here at Auburn that is in place to honor transfer students academic achievements as well as get them involved on campus.
Tau Sigma National Honor Society is an academic honor society designed specifically to recognize and promote academic excellence and involvement of transfer students. Tau Sigma allows the enhancement of…Continue
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The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering has every right to be proud. It is the largest engineering program in the state of Alabama, and the third largest program here at Auburn University based off of enrollment.
They award more than $1 million in scholarships annually, accountable for about half of the university’s…Continue
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Toomer’s Corner is a location of many memories, tears, laughs and celebrations. One particular thing those beautiful Oaks are famous for is engagements. Many individuals are reminded when they look at their ring finger of what Toomer’s means…Continue
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The Kappa Chi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will be hosting this year’s “A Meal to Heal” benefit dinner. This year the money raised from the event will go to help the countries of Kenya and Ecuador. The AKA’s are in connection with two organizations and are supporting one of their national platforms.…Continue
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Kimberly Paige Patterson is an assistant to the Assistant Dean of Pharmacy Health Services. She truly loves what she does and is inspired to change the world around us. Here's a little slice of insight on her work and involvement at Auburn University.…Continue
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Dedication, stress, sacrifice and studying are four words Corrie Lowe used to describe her life as a student in the Harrison School of Pharmacy here at Auburn University. Corrie is 23 years old and from…Continue
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78,000 people gathered at Jordan-Hare Stadium on January 10,2011 to celebrate Auburn University football’s success of winning the 2010 BCS National Championship. Those 78,000 people, including myself, are all one big family. That family is unique, strong and faithful. That family is my Auburn Family. I call it…Continue
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