Martha Henk was born and raised in the Congo where her parents were both teachers. In the early 80s, she moved to Alabama. She has remained in Alabama ever since, with the exception of the four years spent at a private school called Bethel College in St. Paul, Minnesota.
After graduating, Henk worked for an organization called Presbyterian Community Ministry, which is a housing ministry that does home renovations for low-income families. When the executive director position at The…Continue
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1. Always Say War Eagle Back.
On game day, saying “war eagle” to other Auburn fans is a tradition and part of the Auburn spirit. “War eagle is more than a phrase. It’s a symbol of unity and belonging,” Grace Tryon, senior at…Continue
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"Hey Day is a uniquely Auburn tradition. It is a special one because it devotes one day to simply celebrating the spirit that unifies us all into one Auburn Family," Rebekah Kennedy, Director of Hey Day, said.
A simple “hey” to a fellow student or faculty member has the power to bring Auburn closer together.
Saying “hey” is encouraged each year on Hey…Continue
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