Drew Daws | Campus Writer
“I just imagine our software being a tool that would be used every day by contractors — something that will allow them to finish on budget and on time and let them go home at the end of the day and get back to their families.”
“This is about farmers. This is about helping folks out there in the countryside. Likely, they will all be impacted by the things that happen here.”
“The ideas are really cool. It got Keith excited to see the out of the ordinary thought, even by people who don’t play guitar. It excites me to come to work every day, that’s for sure.”
Fliers recently circulated around various parts of the community and campus suggesting that Chinese students do not support the Chinese Student Organization. CSO is not sure where they came from but are disturbed, and an investigation is under way.
“It is an honor to have my name listed among so many inspirational new graduates. I loved reading through their bios and seeing the endless ways we each hope to make an impact.”
As part of a broader initiative to form corporate partnerships, the University is working toward a deal that will provide students the opportunity to directly work with Apple employees.
The Office of Greek Life hosted the families of young men killed because of hazing at a presentation titled “Love, Mom and Dad” on Tuesday in Foy Hall.
The University’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security hosted Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as she delivered her 2019 State of Homeland Security Address at George Washington University Monday.
Lee County Schools and Auburn City Schools recently implemented an initiative, that allows schools to administer naloxone, which can potentially save the lives of high school students.
Auburn Downtown Merchants Association will host Downtown Dribble on Oct. 11 in an effort to promote local businesses.