Lily Jackson | Community Writer
Not everyone on campus wears leggings and oversized T-shirts. Auburn’s best-dressed strut their stuff daily while walking to class. Business professional, Western, artsy and bohemian — Auburn has it all.
According to John-Michael Roehm, coordinator for student organizations, Auburn University is the perfect place for those that wish to get involved. With over 500 organizations, any student can find a place to call their own and meet those that share interests and talents.
Taylor Horton, junior in rehab service and head pi chi for sorority recruitment, sat down to give a few pointers to those considering greek life for Fall 2016. Q: What should you bring with you through recruitment? A: "I would say a hairbrush and an extra pair of shoes to slip on so you aren't in heels all day.
The Public Relations Research Methods class, taught by Matthew Zimmerman, was challenged with performing public surveys for their client.
Outdoor events in Auburn are multiplying as the weather warms up and The Plains come to life with color. Auburn CityFest, Auburn's largest arts and crafts festival, was held on a sunny April 30 at Kiesel Park.
Sharing rides, stories and blueberry gum: Popular security shuttle driver with tragic past impacts students
Daniel Church started chewing blueberry gum after his throat cancer diagnosis nine years ago. The radiation affected his salivary glands and the gum helps him to feel normal.
One way to be remembered at Auburn is to have your profile tripled in size and posted for the entire campus to see. The face of TigerCard, Ansley Prather, senior is psychology, knows exactly how this feels.
One Relay For Life a year is one thing, two is a whole other level of giving. On April 16, Relay For Life of Auburn University was held on the green space in the shadow of Jordan-Hare Stadium.
The facility that is currently hosting the Boys & Girls Clubs, the largest after-school program in Auburn, is the venue for three other organizations. A day care program, a senior center and Auburn Parks and Recreation have access to the facility.
Some would scoff at the idea of leaving a well-paying management job with a successful company for an after-school children's program in a small town. Anthony Brock, unit director for Auburn Boys & Girls club, wouldn't care. Brock has worked with the club a total of 10 years, beginning his time as the athletics director from 1998-2004 while he attended Tuskegee University.