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This Week @ Auburn
Sept. 25, 2017

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Lunch with Leath event set for Friday

Students are invited to join Auburn University President Steven Leath on Cater Lawn Friday, Sept. 29, from 11:45-1 p.m. The event is a great opportunity for students to meet Auburn's new president while enjoying free food, games and a visit from Aubie. 


Theatre commemorates 125 years of women with 2017-2018 season

This academic year marks the 104th season of theatre at Auburn University as well as the 125th anniversary of women on Auburn’s campus. The theme for this year’s theatre season—Letting in the Light—is inspired by famed theatre director Anne Bogart, who famously said, "Speaking a story can be an act of letting in light."

The first production of the season is "Antigone," a classic tale of the clash between the rule of law, familial duty and personal integrity. "Antigone" [pronounced "Ann-tig-ah-knee"] is taking place on the Telfair Peet Mainstage and began Sept. 21. Read more about Antigone.

Tiger Cage offers $50,000 prize pool for student entrepreneurs

Auburn University students who have ideas for business ventures or products will soon have a chance to compete for a share of $50,000 in funding through the Tiger Cage business pitch competition. Read more about Tiger Cage

‘Critical Conversations’ Speaker Series welcoming Howard Ross tonight

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the “Critical Conversations” Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross tonight at 5 p.m., in Room 2550, Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a Q-and-A session. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website. As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos.

Local, fresh, pure: Auburn Foods the subject of Friday’s This is Auburn Speaker Series event

Auburn foods and dining on campus will be the topics discussed at the This is Auburn Speaker Series event set for Friday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m., at the Auburn Alumni Center. Auburn alumnus and Director of Campus Dining at Auburn University Glenn Loughridge will talk about changes to campus dining and how students today are enjoying fresh, local food as part of their college experience. He will present “Getting Back to Our Roots: The Story of Auburn Foods.” Read more about Loughridge

Theatre commemorates 125 years of women with 2017-2018 season

This academic year marks the 104th season of theatre at Auburn University as well as the 125th anniversary of women on Auburn’s campus. The theme for this year’s theatre season—Letting in the Light—is inspired by famed theatre director Anne Bogart, who famously said, "Speaking a story can be an act of letting in light."

The first production of the season is "Antigone," a classic tale of the clash between the rule of law, familial duty and personal integrity. "Antigone" [pronounced "Ann-tig-ah-knee"] is taking place on the Telfair Peet Mainstage and began Sept. 21. Read more about Antigone.

Tiger Cage offers $50,000 prize pool for student entrepreneurs

Auburn University students who have ideas for business ventures or products will soon have a chance to compete for a share of $50,000 in funding through the Tiger Cage business pitch competition. Read more about Tiger Cage

‘Critical Conversations’ Speaker Series welcoming Howard Ross tonight

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the “Critical Conversations” Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross tonight at 5 p.m., in Room 2550, Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a Q-and-A session. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website. As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos.

Local, fresh, pure: Auburn Foods the subject of Friday’s This is Auburn Speaker Series event

Auburn foods and dining on campus will be the topics discussed at the This is Auburn Speaker Series event set for Friday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m., at the Auburn Alumni Center. Auburn alumnus and Director of Campus Dining at Auburn University Glenn Loughridge will talk about changes to campus dining and how students today are enjoying fresh, local food as part of their college experience. He will present “Getting Back to Our Roots: The Story of Auburn Foods.” Read more about Loughridge

Theatre commemorates 125 years of women with 2017-2018 season

This academic year marks the 104th season of theatre at Auburn University as well as the 125th anniversary of women on Auburn’s campus. The theme for this year’s theatre season—Letting in the Light—is inspired by famed theatre director Anne Bogart, who famously said, "Speaking a story can be an act of letting in light."

The first production of the season is "Antigone," a classic tale of the clash between the rule of law, familial duty and personal integrity. "Antigone" [pronounced "Ann-tig-ah-knee"] is taking place on the Telfair Peet Mainstage and began Sept. 21. Read more about Antigone.

Tiger Cage offers $50,000 prize pool for student entrepreneurs

Auburn University students who have ideas for business ventures or products will soon have a chance to compete for a share of $50,000 in funding through the Tiger Cage business pitch competition. Read more about Tiger Cage

‘Critical Conversations’ Speaker Series welcoming Howard Ross tonight

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the “Critical Conversations” Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross tonight at 5 p.m., in Room 2550, Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a Q-and-A session. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website. As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos.

Local, fresh, pure: Auburn Foods the subject of Friday’s This is Auburn Speaker Series event

Auburn foods and dining on campus will be the topics discussed at the This is Auburn Speaker Series event set for Friday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m., at the Auburn Alumni Center. Auburn alumnus and Director of Campus Dining at Auburn University Glenn Loughridge will talk about changes to campus dining and how students today are enjoying fresh, local food as part of their college experience. He will present “Getting Back to Our Roots: The Story of Auburn Foods.” Read more about Loughridge

Theatre commemorates 125 years of women with 2017-2018 season

This academic year marks the 104th season of theatre at Auburn University as well as the 125th anniversary of women on Auburn’s campus. The theme for this year’s theatre season—Letting in the Light—is inspired by famed theatre director Anne Bogart, who famously said, "Speaking a story can be an act of letting in light."

The first production of the season is "Antigone," a classic tale of the clash between the rule of law, familial duty and personal integrity. "Antigone" [pronounced "Ann-tig-ah-knee"] is taking place on the Telfair Peet Mainstage and began Sept. 21. Read more about Antigone.

Tiger Cage offers $50,000 prize pool for student entrepreneurs

Auburn University students who have ideas for business ventures or products will soon have a chance to compete for a share of $50,000 in funding through the Tiger Cage business pitch competition. Read more about Tiger Cage

‘Critical Conversations’ Speaker Series welcoming Howard Ross tonight

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the “Critical Conversations” Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross tonight at 5 p.m., in Room 2550, Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a Q-and-A session. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website. As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos.

Local, fresh, pure: Auburn Foods the subject of Friday’s This is Auburn Speaker Series event

Auburn foods and dining on campus will be the topics discussed at the This is Auburn Speaker Series event set for Friday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m., at the Auburn Alumni Center. Auburn alumnus and Director of Campus Dining at Auburn University Glenn Loughridge will talk about changes to campus dining and how students today are enjoying fresh, local food as part of their college experience. He will present “Getting Back to Our Roots: The Story of Auburn Foods.” Read more about Loughridge


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