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Expert Answers with Ryan Williamson: How does the impeachment process work?
November 15, 2019
Expert Answers with Ryan Williamson: How does the impeachment process work?

In our interview, Ryan Williamson talks about the impeachment process, the historical significance of it, and what happens next. 

Alumni Spotlight: Jim Crotty '03
November 13, 2019
Alumni Spotlight: Jim Crotty '03

Although his parents wanted him to get a business degree, Jim Crotty followed his passion for international relations, national intelligence, and most importantly, public service.

Student media bring home awards from national convention
November 11, 2019
Student media bring home awards from national convention

Many College of Liberal Arts students work in Auburn University Student Media. They dedicate much of their time as editors, reporters, photographers, writers, and designers. Recently, their diligence was recognized with several awards by the College Media Association and the Associated Collegiate Press at the National College Media Convention in Washington, D.C. 

Home Sweet Home, Opelika: CLA alumnus Ken Ward adding fresh perspective to Opelika Main Street 
November 6, 2019
Home Sweet Home, Opelika: CLA alumnus Ken Ward adding fresh perspective to Opelika Main Street 

Ken Ward was hired into this position in June fresh out of college as an Auburn graduate. Ward received his bachelors’ degrees in journalism and political science, and a master’s degree in public administration. 

Auburn University Theatre presents 'The Belle's Stratagem'
October 31, 2019
Auburn University Theatre presents 'The Belle's Stratagem'

Auburn University Theatre invites you to a comedy of manners, mishaps and mistaken identities with “The Belle’s Stratagem,” opening on Thursday, Nov. 7, on the Telfair Peet Theatre Mainstage.

Young Entrepreneurs Olivia Cook and Courtney Haun, Co-Founders of Snippety Snap, LLC
October 31, 2019
Young Entrepreneurs Olivia Cook and Courtney Haun, Co-Founders of Snippety Snap, LLC

Just as many entrepreneurs begin with a problem that they aim to solve, Snippety Snap began no differently. Olivia Cook and her business partner Courtney Haun stated that “a lack of a personal photographer was the problem, so selfie stands were the solution.”

Meyer selected to ROTC Wall of Fame at WMU
October 25, 2019
Meyer selected to ROTC Wall of Fame at WMU

Alan D. Meyer, associate professor of history, has been selected for the ROTC Wall of Fame at his alma mater, Western Michigan University (WMU). This award is an honor bestowed upon select alumni with distinguished military careers.

Meet Kinsey Williams, CLA Graduation Marshal and Senior in Psychology
October 25, 2019
Meet Kinsey Williams, CLA Graduation Marshal and Senior in Psychology

Kinsey Williams, a senior in psychology, will serve as Graduation Marshal for the College of Liberal Arts on Dec. 14, 2019, at the Auburn Arena.

Student Spotlight: Julio Alejandro Yanes, PhD student in the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory
October 21, 2019
Student Spotlight: Julio Alejandro Yanes, PhD student in the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory

Julio Alejandro Yanes originally wanted to become a medical doctor, but when he discovered psychology and cognitive neuroscience, he found his true calling. 

Music ensembles present inaugural concert at Gogue Center
October 17, 2019
Music ensembles present inaugural concert at Gogue Center

On Sunday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m., the Auburn University Symphonic Winds and Choirs will perform their inaugural concert at the Gogue Performing Arts Center. The performance will feature works by composers Julie Giroux and Rosephanye Powell.

Last Updated: February 07, 2019