Megan Feringa | Campus Writer
In 2014, the aviation program had just 88 declared students within it, with a little over half pursuing the professional flight degree and the rest pursuing the aviation management degree, the same degree as Hutto. In fall 2017, the program had 270 students enrolled in the program, and this fall, there are 349, nearly four times the number of students from four years prior.
""“It’s an opportunity for us to interact with the community and let everyone know that we’re not the bad guys,” said Assistant Chief of Police Will Mathews. “We’re approachable, we don’t mind people asking us questions.”
Auburn University Dance Marathon kicked off the semester on Wednesday night the best way they knew how: with a two-hour dance rave fit with neon tutus, bright face paint, glow sticks and an unrelenting passion to inspire Auburn’s student body to give it their all for the kids.
With a central location to downtown and campus, a 24-hour fitness room, a fully-furnished apartment and a staff dedicated to its residents, anyone can see why Evolve is the best off-campus housing Auburn has to offer.
A companion to the best drink and a predecessor to the best night, bar food is not something to take lightly. And the best bar food to satisfy you in Auburn is a Sky Dog.
Auburn’s Financial Management Association team took second place out of 77 teams at the prestigious Duff & Phelps YOUniversity Deal Challenge in New York City on Feb.
The banquet was hosted by the International Student Organization for the12th time on Monday night.
Auburn’s War Eagle Flying Team (WEFT) soared past its opponents in the regional competition, placing second and qualifying for the national competition in late April hosted by National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA). One of the lesser known Auburn sports team, the WEFT compete in multiple air and ground events such as competitive landing, navigation, aircraft inspection, flight simulators and one event which involves dropping an object on a target while flying over the airport.
With the international success of creating one of the largest, sought-after consulting companies in the world, Joe Forehand began his professional life at Auburn University.
Wood came to campus Tuesday afternoon to address intellectual diversity and free expression on college campuses as part of the University's Critical Conversation Speaker Series.