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CLA Perspectives September 2014

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Message from CLA Dean Joseph Aistrup  

Message from CLA Dean Joseph Aistrup

"We are excited to welcome Auburn's largest freshman class ever – 4,700 strong. And we are especially pleased to welcome our 600 new Liberal Arts freshmen to the college. We look forward to seeing how our new students contribute to the university and the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) over the next four years."

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Art chair responsible for new Toomer's eagles  

Art chair responsible for new Toomer's eagles

In preparation for the grand unveiling of the newly renovated and much-anticipated new Toomer's corner, Gary Wagoner, chairperson of the Department of Art, has single-handedly taken on a huge responsibility—to make replicas of the historic Toomer's eagles.

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Faculty Spotlight: New CLA Faculty  

Faculty Spotlight: New CLA Faculty

There are 25 new faculty members who have joined the CLA family this fall and they are all featured in our 2014-2015 New Faculty Members program. 

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Alumni Spotlight: Adam Evans, '02, Executive Chef of The Optimist  

Alumni Spotlight: Adam Evans, '02, Executive Chef of The Optimist

In this episode of "My Auburn Story," the Dean's Office of External Affairs sat down with Adam Evans; a psychology graduate who is now the executive chef of The Optimist restaurant in downtown Atlanta.

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Student Spotlight: Anna Beth Jager  

Student Spotlight: Anna Beth Jager

In this student spotlight we profile Anna Beth Jager, who is a public relations major from Orlando, Florida. In her interview, Anna Beth discusses her internship in the Office of External Affairs, her major, and her creative outlets. 

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Civil War symposium Sept. 12  

Civil War symposium Sept. 12

Kenneth Noe—alumni professor and Draughon Professor of Southern History in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University and editor of the new book, The Yellowhammer War: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama—will be the moderator of the symposium. The Department of History, the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities and its director Dr. Mark Wilson are sponsoring the event.

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Journalism Advisory Council announces 10th annual awards  

Journalism Advisory Council announces 10th annual awards

On its 10th anniversary of honoring outstanding journalists with ties to Alabama, the Auburn University Journalism Advisory Council will recognize five distinguished print and broadcast professionals at its luncheon Sept. 12. The luncheon will be at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center at 11:30 a.m. Tickets are $50 and may be ordered online at: bitly.com/journalismawards 

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Constitution Day to feature naturalization ceremony on campus  

Constitution Day to feature naturalization ceremony on campus

This year marks the 227th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, and the College of Liberal Arts is collaborating with Chief Judge W. Keith Watkins, US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, to host a naturalization ceremony on Auburn University’s main campus on Sept. 17. 

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