Hannah Lester | Campus Writer
Operation Smile on Auburn's campus is helping to raise money and hope for children born with cleft lips or palates.
Auburn International Student Organization president aims to blend international and domestic students
“After every event there are a lot of people saying this event is great, this is really helping international students, that’s the most happy part for me," Mingyu Zhao, President of the International Student Organization said.
There are a lot of course options for registration. And it's always fun to look for something unique to add to your next semester.
Students, professors, and guests filled the Science Center Auditorium in preparation for ‘The North Korean Conflict: where are we headed?’ panelist discussion.
Two Auburn sophomores who saw the need at a local animal shelter have now rescued and helped find foster homes for 10 dogs.
Auburn receives students from all over the country and internationally who are interested in playing for the handball team. In addition to students, the team receives players who live and work in the Auburn community.
“What we do is reach out to the community; we go within Auburn and outside of Auburn to get partners to help, to donate, just to raise breast cancer awareness,” Walter Minger, president of Phi Delta Chi fraternity, said.
Following these tips should help lower your stress and raise your general happiness. While college is a difficult time, make time for yourself and your schoolwork.
127 crosses dotted Cater Lawn Wednesday, symbolizing the amount of babies aborted each hour. Pro-life week is this week and the Auburn Students for Life Group is raising awareness.
Students jumped over walls, preformed flips in the air and executed wild tricks, practicing to become better members of the parkour club. Onlookers grinned and screamed, watching the members.