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President Donald Trump?

By Tiffany Pattillo CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper moderated the second GOP debate Sept. 16 as the top eleven Republican contenders took the stage at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Election Day isn’t until November 2016, but candidates are already on the campaign trail. The Republican ballot […]

The Other Side’s Perspective

  Pakistani Journalist Rahat Hussain recently visited AUM while working on a project with The Montgomery Advertiser. He spoke to a group of roughly 30 faculty and staff about different aspects of Pakistan including its culture. Hussain is employed with MAG:The Weekly, a fashion magazine based out of Pakistan. He […]

New Student Convocation

  By Alexis Rabsatt What better way to bring the first week of Fall 2015 to a close than with the inaugural New Student Convocation? On Aug. 21, 2015, over 300 freshmen were welcomed into the Warhawk family by AUM’s faculty, staff, students and Curtiss the Warhawk. The New Student […]

Golden Kiwi Finds Alabama Home

By Tiffany Pattillo Alabama recently became home to a new variety of yellow flesh kiwi fruit known as golden sunshine kiwi. A plant variety right is designated to the golden sunshine cultivar kiwi fruit developed by researchers at Auburn University, said Clint Wall, Vice President of Southeast Kiwi Farming Cooperative. An […]

A Battle Against the Brain

By Nicky Disbrow How many calories have you eaten today? Have you exercised yet? Did you burn enough calories? Have you gone over your net calories for the day?   Imagine all of these questions, and many more, continuously crossing your mind and controlling your every thought on a daily […]

Plant an Extra Row

  By Erin Mills The arrival of spring brings a burst of green, when flowers bloom and the earth teems with new life. Along with the warm weather comes a time that is perfect for cultivating a garden. Small scale gardens with fresh fruits and vegetables provide health benefits that […]

Greek Life after Graduation

By Timothy Lawless We’ve all seen those big Greek letters on AUM’s quad. Being in a fraternity or a sorority is a part of college life that many participate in, but what happens to the members after graduation? Two alumni members of the Phi Kappa Zeta chapter of Lambda Chi […]

International Fest

By Latara Holloway Students and staff gathered for a night of fun, food and music at the International Festival on April 23. International Student Association, International Student Involvement and Housing and Residence Life hosted the event  meant to inform the AUM community to learn about the different cultures represented here at […]

National Astronomy Day

By Holly Watford “Astronomy compels the soul to look upwards and leads us from this world to another.” – Plato. April 25 is National Astronomy Day and the W.A. Gayle Planetarium has big plans for the occasion. The Planetarium has partnered with the Auburn Astronomical Society; the event will take […]