Abby Cunningham | Campus Writer
The War Eagle Flying Team is soaring to its fourth-consecutive national championship appearance. Last year, the team placed second in the national championship, its best finish in 36 years, and the team hopes to top that this. year.
"It’s a huge stress relief, I would not be able to handle the coursework Auburn gives me if I didn’t have a way to escape.”
"I think it’s whenever you go to the nursing home, that’s whenever you see the true impact these dogs have on people’s lives."
“I fell in love with it. It’s something I’m really passionate about, and I love sharing it with other students, and I want them to find their passion in the industry.”
“These facilities will be the best facilities in the nation, if not the world. It’s an opportunity for Auburn University to differentiate itself from other institutions,” Patterson said.
“We learned how to service opportunities properly by first learning the history of the community, why it is the way it is and assessing if our help is wanted or needed,” Raouf said.
Signing for presidents and poets: How sign language changed the life of Auburn’s interpretive coordinator
“I made a comment about how what if Auburn had a deaf football player and called me to be their interpreter. We all laughed about it. I never dreamed that in two years I would be where I have always wanted to be.”
“I’m doing this research because I’m super passionate about finding a cure for lysosomal storage diseases. I’ve seen what it looks like first hand and I’ve seen the toll it can take on families and on the child themselves."
“It’s kind of surreal still. It’s starting to feel more real now, but I am so humbled and honored to even be considered for this position. I hope to fulfill this position the best way that I can.”
After a two-year absence, the Auburn University Body Image Education and Eating Disorders Awareness organization is back on campus.