Hannah Lester | Campus Writer
“All the time spent with that role and just balancing student life and that was so so worth it. Every event and every opportunity and experience I got to do was truly so amazing.”
Olive Goldsmith wrote a poem “The Deserted Village” in May 1770. Not only does Auburn take its nickname from this poem: “Sweet Auburn, Loveliest Village on the Plains,” but also the Tigers: “where crouching tigers await their hapless prey…”
“AU Rhythm is a group that, even though we do ... one style of dance, everybody’s personality shows through, so everybody puts their own twist to the dances that we do."
Registration for classes will change permanently on Feb. 25, when the University will start to require students to use DUO, a two-factor authentication system.
Over the years football has advanced and changed, adapting to medical research and findings. Americans love the sport, but if new research were to result in an increase in regulations, would fans still be interested?
“Giving back to the Auburn community is so incredibly important because there truly are evident needs here,” Claudia Casanova said, president of IMPACT.
Auburn seniors reflected on their time at the University and shared what they would but on their Auburn bucket list if they could do it over again.
“Growing up a military kid, it’s a lifestyle that I absolutely loved, and I’m so thankful I grew up in it, but it’s something that I thought I didn’t want myself, and until you put this uniform on you don’t realize exactly what it is,” Conner Morschauser said.
Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week to feature a number of events, including the Critical Conversations Speaker Series
Auburn University will hold its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Week Jan. 21-26 of 2019. Events will kick off on Jan. 21 with the MLK, Jr. breakfast that occurs each year in the Hotel at Auburn. Dr. Quinton Ross, Alabama State University President will be the speaker for this event.
“Come out and see what we’re talking about because a lot, I think a lot, of people are afraid of vegans, but we’re not scary," Logan said. "We just love animals, and we just want to share that information."