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This Week @ Auburn
June 26, 2017

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Auburn Report Top Story

Nova, War Eagle VII, sidelined for 2017 football season

Auburn's beloved icon, Nova, War Eagle VII, will not fly during pre-game events during Auburn's 2017 football season after Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine faculty diagnosed the 18-year-old golden eagle with cardiomyopathy, a chronic disease of the heart.

Spirit, a bald eagle, will assume pre-game flight duties during the season, said Southeastern Raptor Center Director Dr. Jamie Bellah. Read more about Nova.


Thank You Message from Dr. and Mrs. Gogue

For the first time in 10 years, Susie and I now face a big change compared to each day since we returned to Auburn in 2007. To be blunt, it’s bittersweet.

Serving as Auburn’s president was the honor of a lifetime. We thoroughly enjoyed it, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

To students, you inspired us, encouraged us and provided us with daily motivation. You’re the lifeblood of Auburn. To faculty and staff, your collaborative spirit is a model for higher education. Your dedication to doing what’s best for Auburn makes this institution what it is today.

To the local community, you welcomed us with open arms. We made lifelong friends, and we’re glad to call Auburn home. And to the Auburn Family, your passion is unparalleled. It manifests itself across campus, from setting development records to recruiting high-achieving students to supporting our athletics teams.

To all of you, we’re forever grateful. We look forward to seeing you in a few months when we return to the area. In the meantime, we encourage you to join us in giving an enthusiastic welcome to Dr. Steven and Mrs. Janet Leath!

Sincerely,

Jay & Susie Gogue

College of Veterinary Medicine: Warm weather means the potential for harsher skin allergy suffering among pets

Spring and summer bring on hot weather and humidity in the South, and along with those climate conditions is an increased potential for harsher skin allergies for susceptible pets. Read more about pet skin allergies

Thank You Message from Dr. and Mrs. Gogue

For the first time in 10 years, Susie and I now face a big change compared to each day since we returned to Auburn in 2007. To be blunt, it’s bittersweet.

Serving as Auburn’s president was the honor of a lifetime. We thoroughly enjoyed it, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

To students, you inspired us, encouraged us and provided us with daily motivation. You’re the lifeblood of Auburn. To faculty and staff, your collaborative spirit is a model for higher education. Your dedication to doing what’s best for Auburn makes this institution what it is today.

To the local community, you welcomed us with open arms. We made lifelong friends, and we’re glad to call Auburn home. And to the Auburn Family, your passion is unparalleled. It manifests itself across campus, from setting development records to recruiting high-achieving students to supporting our athletics teams.

To all of you, we’re forever grateful. We look forward to seeing you in a few months when we return to the area. In the meantime, we encourage you to join us in giving an enthusiastic welcome to Dr. Steven and Mrs. Janet Leath!

Sincerely,

Jay & Susie Gogue

College of Veterinary Medicine: Warm weather means the potential for harsher skin allergy suffering among pets

Spring and summer bring on hot weather and humidity in the South, and along with those climate conditions is an increased potential for harsher skin allergies for susceptible pets. Read more about pet skin allergies


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