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Katie Kirk named finalist for Rhodes Scholarship
November 14, 2018
Katie Kirk named finalist for Rhodes Scholarship

Katie Kirk, a recent summa cum laude graduate with a major in philosophy and minors in German and English, is one of three at Auburn University to be named finalists for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.

Alumni Spotlight with Jeremy Kinney, '03, Aviation Curator at Smithsonian
November 8, 2018
Alumni Spotlight with Jeremy Kinney, '03, Aviation Curator at Smithsonian

Engaging and informing visitors about aviation history is a responsibility alumnus Jeremy Kinney takes seriously as a curator in the Aeronautics Department of for the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.

Memorial potluck for Sharon Spence on Nov. 9
Memorial potluck for Sharon Spence on Nov. 9

The College of Liberal Arts recently lost a member of the CLA family. Ms. Sharon Spence, a native of Chatom, Ala., and a resident of Auburn passed away on Friday, Oct. 26.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Bridgett King, Department of Political Science
November 2, 2018
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Bridgett King, Department of Political Science

Dr. Bridgett King is assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, and Director of the Master of Public Administration program at Auburn. 

Alumni Spotlight on brothers John and Hudson Liverance
November 2, 2018
Alumni Spotlight on brothers John and Hudson Liverance

A trio of talented brothers are making their way in the extremely competitive field of entertainment. Two of the Liverance brothers are recent College of Liberal Arts graduates and are living in Los Angeles to pursue their dreams. 

Auburn University Theatre presents 'Holiday Memories'
November 1, 2018
Auburn University Theatre presents 'Holiday Memories'

Auburn University’s Department of Theatre in the College of Liberal Arts closes the fall semester with “Holiday Memories” by Truman Capote, (stage version by Russell Vandenbroucke) on Telfair Peet’s Main Stage.

Writing helps student process her grief; has been publishing since age 9
October 30, 2018
Writing helps student process her grief; has been publishing since age 9

A passion for creative writing began early for Kayla McCall. After losing her father when she was nine years old, she published her first short story, The Fourth Grade Blues.

Psychodynamic
Psychodynamic

An original short story written by Kayla McCall, a junior majoring in creative writing. She published her first short story at age nine and has recently published her first novel "Finding Lights." 

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Brandon Burgess
October 30, 2018
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Brandon Burgess

Meet Brandon Burgess, a senior in political science from Huntsville, AL. 

All Auburn, All Steinway Campaign to Benefit Auburn University Students and Faculty 
October 29, 2018
All Auburn, All Steinway Campaign to Benefit Auburn University Students and Faculty 

Auburn University seeks to become an “All-Steinway School,” a prestigious designation bestowed by Steinway & Sons to those institutions who, like Steinway, are committed to excellence.

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