Jordan Windham | Campus Writer
David Crossland and Claire Fisch, Auburn University swimmers and Olympic Trials qualifiers, offered a glimpse into the daily routine of Auburn’s Olympic hopefuls.
In an age where most statements are kept within a neat 140 character limit, essay writing can appear excessive and useless. Bullet points and multiple choice answers, not essays, are what students think of when they hear the word ‘test’.
A sea of helmets gathered beneath an arch for the eighth annual Bo Bikes Bama.
While tabletop gaming may conjure images of students hunched over tables and lost to fictitious worlds, the reality is the Auburn Tabletop Gaming Club is an organization dedicated to uniting students from all over campus to pursue their interests and spend time with friends.
An Auburn student tells her story of grief, terror and a miracle in post-genocide Rwanda.
Due to a piece of legislation passed by the SEC, Auburn will no longer be able to have student-athletic recruiters for prospective athletes.
According to Jan Moppert, director of the Office of Professional and Career Development, between 70 and 94 percent of recruiters use social media to research job candidates on a regular basis. These recruiters are searching social media for both the good and the bad.
On Thursday, Feb. 21 Auburn will foster support for nearly 60 projects through Tiger Giving Day, its annual fundraising drive, which matches donors from around the world with causes near and dear to the Auburn Family.
“I need to mention that competition is not like what people usually imagine when they hear the word saxophone,” Klotchkov said. “It’s not jazz, not like popular music. It’s classical music.”
Excited student and music filled the Student Center Ballroom as it was announced that AUDM raised over half a million dollars for the Columbus Regional Medical Center.