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Staff Spotlight: Brandy Smith

Staff Spotlight: Brandy Smith For some people, work is about simply going through the motions and getting a paycheck. But for Brandy Smith, Student Counseling & Psychological Services assistant director of clinical training, work is not just work- it’s a chance to make a difference every day and shape the lives of those she supervises. … Continue reading Staff Spotlight: Brandy Smith

NPHC Shakes Up The Beat

NPHC SHAKES UP THE BEAT The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) of Greek Life recently hosted its annual Tiger Stomp step show, where culture was brought to life through a variety of intricate steps and exciting dance moves. The show took place on Sept. 27 at the Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum in front of more than 800 … Continue reading NPHC Shakes Up The Beat

Student Spotlight – Plan, Sleep, Repeat

  Plan, Sleep, Repeat From planning hall socials to fielding noise complaints, resident assistants lead busy lives. Though balancing these responsibilities may sound like a tough act, Resident Assistant Jaylah Goodson says she wouldn’t change a thing. Goodson, a junior majoring in biomedical sciences, is a resident assistant in Aubie Hall in the Village neighborhood. … Continue reading Student Spotlight – Plan, Sleep, Repeat

Panhellenic council provides excellence

This is custom heading element The Auburn University Panhellenic Council was recently selected to receive a National Panhellenic Conference College Panhellenic Excellence Award. This award is given to College Panhellenic Associations that exhibit excellence and achievement in their work to advance the sorority experience. Panhellenic associations are scored on seven criteria, including academics, communications, judicial … Continue reading Recent News

An Inspired Freshman

  Ari Alexander remembers sitting at Convocation her freshman year, surrounded by mostly high school friends. Having been involved in many clubs and organizations in high school, Alexander was excited to hear the student leaders speak. As the freshmen prepared to receive the convocation message, her friend turned to her and said, “That will be … Continue reading An Inspired Freshman

Creating an inclusive campus for all students

This is custom heading element When students think about which college they want to attend, many make their decision based on offered majors, scholarships or even how good their athletic programs are. Auburn University is known for all three of those things and more. Adding to the growing list of things that confirms Auburn’s new … Continue reading Recent News

Check-out for Charity gives back to the Auburn community

This is custom heading element Auburn University has a long history of giving back to the community, and Check-Out for Charity has been a part of that giving for over three decades. The event allows students who are moving out of their residence halls to donate furniture, clothing and canned goods. The event began as … Continue reading Recent News

In Memoriam: Dr. Daniel Newhard

This is custom heading element Auburn University will remember student, Dr. Daniel Newhard, beginning Wednesday, June 12. The memorial flag flew in front of Samford on Wednesday, June 12. The flag will be displayed in the student center along with a memorial certificate from June 13 - June 28. Recent Posts In Memoriam: Christopher Strong … Continue reading Recent News

Spring awards honor students

This is custom heading element Several awards banquets were held throughout April to honor Auburn students, including the Involvement Awards, the Be The Creed Awards Ceremony and the Student Employment Awards. On April 16, Student Involvement hosted the Involvement Awards, complete with a red carpet and dinner, to recognize student leaders and organizations for their accomplishments throughout … Continue reading Spring awards honor students

In Memoriam: Katherine Lersch

Auburn University will remember student Katherine Lersch beginning Tuesday, May 14. The memorial flag flew in front of Samford on Tuesday, May 14. The flag will be displayed in the student center along with a memorial certificate from May 15 – May 29.

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