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In Memoriam: Ford Rosser

Auburn University will remember student Ford Rosser beginning Wednesday, May 11. A memorial flag will fly in front of Samford Hall on May 11. The flag will then be displayed, along with a memorial certificate, in the Melton Student Center beginning Thursday, May 12. Recent Posts Auburn celebrates Pride Week April 25-29Auburn NPHC welcomes new … Continue reading In Memoriam: Ford Rosser

Auburn wins SEC Food Fight second year in a row

For the second year in a row, Auburn’s Campus Food Pantry has won the Southeastern Conference, or SEC, Food Fight, an annual competition among SEC food pantries. The competition this year included 12 of the 14 SEC schools. Through a partnership with the Beat Bama Food Drive, physical and monetary donations were collected from the … Continue reading Auburn wins SEC Food Fight second year in a row

Auburn celebrates Pride Week April 25-29

The Office of Inclusion and Diversity partnered with student organizations and campus departments to celebrate Pride Week during April 25-29. Spectrum: The Gay Straight-Alliance at Auburn University, or Spectrum, is a student organization with the mission of fostering an environment that is safe and inviting for LGBTQ+ people at Auburn University through education, outreach and … Continue reading Auburn celebrates Pride Week April 25-29

Finals week roundup

During the week of finals, students can enjoy free food and study break opportunities across campus. Up All Night with SGA Student Government Association will host Up All Night Sunday, May 1 through Thursday, May 5 at midnight on the second floor of the Ralph B. Draughon Library. Students can enjoy Krispy Kreme doughnuts and … Continue reading Finals week roundup

Auburn NPHC welcomes new members, reactivates organization

The Auburn University National Pan-Hellenic Council, or NPHC, added 47 new members to the council’s three fraternities and three sororities this spring. Additionally, NPHC welcomed back the Omicron Iota chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho sorority, which was reactivated in April after a 10-year hiatus from campus. The addition of Sigma Gamma Rho provides students with … Continue reading Auburn NPHC welcomes new members, reactivates organization

2022 Greek Sing raises over $142,000 for Auburn-Opelika Habitat for Humanity

Greek Sing, an annual event presented by the Panhellenic Council, was held Thursday, April 14 in front of a packed Neville Arena crowd. After weeks of practice and preparation, 18 teams of 655 women representing all Panhellenic chapters performed choreographed, themed routines that ranged from “Pajama Party” to “The Loveliest Villains on the Plains.” Last … Continue reading 2022 Greek Sing raises over $142,000 for Auburn-Opelika Habitat for Humanity

10th annual Involvement Awards recognizes student organizations, leaders and advisors

Student Involvement hosted the 10th annual Involvement Awards on Tuesday, April 12 to recognize and honor Auburn's outstanding student organizations, leaders and advisors. There were 56 organizations represented and 11 were honored with awards, and 31 student leaders and five advisors were recognized. The ceremony had over 400 attendees. Award winners are listed below. Most … Continue reading 10th annual Involvement Awards recognizes student organizations, leaders and advisors

Donation Station makes donation drives easier for students

This semester, the Melton Student Center added the Donation Station to help improve the way student organizations host supply drives on campus. The new freestanding station replaces individual bins that groups previously had to bring themselves and put in place. The station is located near the James E. Foy Information Desk on the second floor … Continue reading Donation Station makes donation drives easier for students

Second annual SEC Food Fight April 8-21

The Campus Food Pantry is looking to defend their title as the inaugural Southeastern Conference, or SEC, Food Fight champions during the second annual competition amongst SEC food pantries. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate April 8-21, as every donated dollar, food and hygiene item goes toward the fight against food insecurity. Earlier … Continue reading Second annual SEC Food Fight April 8-21

IFC President Ben Porter named to North American Interfraternity Conference IFC Advisory Council

Interfraternity Council, or IFC, President Ben Porter was one of 10 nationally selected students to serve on the inaugural North American Interfraternity Conference, or NIC, IFC Advisory Council. These undergraduate fraternity men will provide increased opportunities for student engagement with NIC initiatives and programming, as well as help NIC gain student perspective and feedback on … Continue reading IFC President Ben Porter named to North American Interfraternity Conference IFC Advisory Council

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