Kayla Kelly | Campus Writer
After retiring from a 33-year career, Tommy "Pink" Pinkard set out to complete a lifelong dream of getting an Auburn student ID, but he ended up leaving with more than he would have ever expected.
""“Philanthropy and nonprofit studies was already offered as a minor and came from our women’s philanthropy program,” said Louisa Wood, College of Human Sciences student services coordinator. “It was doing extremely well, so we decided to go ahead and make a change.”
""The Student Government Association called for an addition of one SGA Senate seat for the College of Liberal Arts for the upcoming SGA term in the annual reapportionment at its Nov. 12 meeting.
“We must continue to move forward," Lafayette said at the end of his talk. "I feel very good about what is happening right now within our society. Young people, we know you can do it. Stand firm, be informed, study, get involved and prepare to be citizens. History repeats itself; know how to redirect it.”
With four university degrees and a successful past in the world of media, Joan Harrell has been chosen as Auburn University's first Diversity Coordinator.
“Just by working hard at something I loved, writing and storytelling, by passionately pursuing an activity I loved I was able to establish some credentials that opened a few extra professional doors for me and strengthened a skillset that would benefit me down the road although in ways I did not imagine at the time,” Waller said.
As a part of their partnership with Project Horseshoe Farm, the teams are coordinating projects to extend the organization's mission of strengthening the community, improving the quality of life of vulnerable neighbors and preparing citizen service leaders for tomorrow’s communities.
“Practicing in these rooms has allowed for me to grow more as an artist because of the privateness of it," Niedzwiecki said. "People can’t hear me, and in some rooms can’t see me from the angle, allowing for me to practice performing for just myself instead of in front of other people.”
“The Auburn Creed is central to the core beliefs that define the Auburn Family," said Preston Sparks, director of University communications services. "These words of wisdom penned by George Petrie speak precisely to the success, determination and generous spirit of Auburn men and women everywhere.”
“This is a great stepping stone to creating every football game throughout the season to be a Green Game," Duncan said. "We want fans to take the Green Game as a learning experience and come back with the same teaching tools to recycle at every Auburn football game.”