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This Week @ Auburn
Aug. 28, 2017

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This Week @ Auburn is a weekly electronic newsletter designed to keep students informed of all that is happening at Auburn.


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UPC announces Auburn Airwaves lineup

Auburn’s University Program Council is announcing this year’s Auburn Airwaves concert, set for Sept. 18 in Auburn Arena. This year's concert will feature 2 Chainz, Bebe Rexha and more. In past years, Airwaves has been held in the spring, but it is being moved to the fall. Tickets will be $16 for Auburn students and $43 for the public. Follow UPC's social media accounts (@auburnupc) or the UPC blog at auburnupc.org for information regarding ticketing, frequently asked questions and more detailed information as the concert approaches. 


Fall slate of speakers announced for Critical Conversations Speaker Series

Cornel West and Robert P. George 

Beginning fall 2017, Auburn University will welcome distinguished scholars, journalists and thought leaders to campus as part of the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series–a forum to explore and discuss a full range of viewpoints and ideologies on topics such as inclusion, intellectual diversity and free speech in higher education.

Cornel West and Robert George, internationally recognized Ivy League professors, will be on campus Sept. 1 at 4 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom to share their insights as Auburn holds the first of its "Critical Conversations." Read more about the Critical Conversations Speaker Series

Mell Classroom Building engages students in learning

The energy in the Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library is palpable. Auburn University's new classroom facility has been bustling with students and faculty during its first week, and the excitement about the new space likely won't be slowing anytime soon.

Throughout the building's three stories—all designed with Engaged Active Student Learning in mind—students are studying in common areas, chatting with each other, tucked away in corners reading and, most of all, soaking in everything Mell has to offer. Read more about the Mell Classroom Building.

Fall slate of speakers announced for Critical Conversations Speaker Series

Cornel West and Robert P. George 

Beginning fall 2017, Auburn University will welcome distinguished scholars, journalists and thought leaders to campus as part of the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series–a forum to explore and discuss a full range of viewpoints and ideologies on topics such as inclusion, intellectual diversity and free speech in higher education.

Cornel West and Robert George, internationally recognized Ivy League professors, will be on campus Sept. 1 at 4 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom to share their insights as Auburn holds the first of its "Critical Conversations." Read more about the Critical Conversations Speaker Series

Mell Classroom Building engages students in learning

The energy in the Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library is palpable. Auburn University's new classroom facility has been bustling with students and faculty during its first week, and the excitement about the new space likely won't be slowing anytime soon.

Throughout the building's three stories—all designed with Engaged Active Student Learning in mind—students are studying in common areas, chatting with each other, tucked away in corners reading and, most of all, soaking in everything Mell has to offer. Read more about the Mell Classroom Building.


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