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Everyone needs a dose of Auburn spirit to start a new football season. Enter to win one of our batch of Auburn gifts and goodies. Multiple winners will be chosen.
Because This is Auburn — A Campaign for Auburn University reaches historic $1 billion goal
The Auburn Hospitality Tailgate will feature a sweet tradition this football season.
In This Issue:
A World on Watch: Listen in! Two international experts on intelligence and cyber security discuss challenges facing our country today as Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Ronald L. Burgess '74 interviews U.S. Navy Adm. Michael Rogers '81, director of the National Security Agency. An Auburn Hullabaloo: The story behind the headlines involving the removal of 1950 football coach Earl Brown, the involvement of a governor, one great triumph, many tragic losses, and the arrival of Ralph "Shug" Jordan. A Helping Hand: When a fireworks accident took most of his right hand, Tallapoosa county sheriff's investigator Tom Dowling '10 thought his story was over. With faith, perseverance and a few Auburn students, he's begun a new chapter.
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Following months of discussion with members of the Auburn Family, the University is pleased to share the results of its most comprehensive Climate Study on Inclusion, Equity and Diversity.
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This is Auburn Speaker Series
Join us every Friday before home football games at 3 p.m. at the Auburn Alumni Center. Lectures will be held in the Goodwin Room. Read more here.
For a minimum gift of $20.16 given to your chosen Auburn University designation, you have the opportunity to wear a special gold medallion at graduation. Give Now!
Auburn has seen many buildings, students, alumni, and fans come and go over the years. Take a trip back to the past with this photo gallery.
The Auburn Alumni Association serves over 43,000 members (friends and alumni) and provides programming for more than 200,000 alumni and friends world-wide. We're always looking for undergraduate and graduate students to join the team and help us build programs for all our alumni.