Megan Feringa | Campus Writer
“I will be the first to admit that housing wise, we are behind the eight ball,” Woodard said. “We should have done something 10 years ago. I wasn’t here, but everybody that was here tells me they tried, but it didn’t fit in with the plan at that time. Now it does.”
'More difficult than people know': Campaign managers weigh in on what it’s like to give it their all but not get it all
For the campaign managers, waking up at the crack of dawn, missing meals and losing voices was for more than a bound up the back steps of Cater to a tumultuous applause, though it would’ve helped.
While in the WEGL studio, Stanwick isn’t an off-duty teacher. He might not teach strategy or international management. Instead, he teaches people to love the songs they already know.
Short, junior in accounting and supply-chain management, defeated Abhi Gulati, junior in software engineering, in Tuesday’s election for SGA treasurer.
As the new year rings in, the Auburn Interfraternity Council rings anew with it, accompanied by a new executive board taking a fresh approach to the prior board’s unitive endeavors.
“Belief is something that is so powerful that it can transform a life,” Tebow said. "It can change oneself and all those surrounding, but you need to believe it, not hope it. Hope is not a strategy."
There’s just something about a straw: Auburn students start business to limit the plastic drinking straws
“This is the future,” Kennedy said. “There’s a massive market for this stuff, especially as everyone is switching, but this is something that can help the oceans. It’s an opportunity.”
The city of Auburn has an estimated population of 63,793 and ranks as Alabama’s eighth largest city, according to the most recent United States Census estimates.
Local coffee shops supporting Campus Food Pantry, Universities Fighting World Hunger in annual Coffee Crawl
“I think what makes the Coffee Crawl enjoyable is that it encourages people to try out different coffee shops in the area, and it provides something useful for finals week — coffee,” said Meg McCalley, the organization’s president and a senior in French.
The Student Government Association Senate approved substantial amendments to the Student Academic Honesty Code at Monday's meeting to afford students the right to have an advisor present at the hearing.