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Fall 2022 Issue

Auburn Magazine’s Fall 2022 issue is out now! Read about the legacy of Title IX at Auburn 50 years later, meet Georgia’s first Asian Pacific Islander Judge, relive the terror two alumni felt in the Vietnam War, find out President Chris Roberts’ favorite place on campus and more!

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Fair Play

Fair Play

Fifty years ago, an abstract clause tucked inside new education legislation changed women’s sports forever. How Title IX transformed life at Auburn and opened doors for women beyond the playing fields and courts.

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A New Tune For Auburn

A New Tune For Auburn

Christopher B. Roberts started his new role as Auburn president on May 16, 2022, after 29 years as an engineering professor, department chair and dean at Auburn. He recently sat down with Auburn Magazine and revealed his love of ’80s music, his perfect day away from work and why the university “has earned the right to dream the biggest dreams.”

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What is your favorite – or most unique-
War Eagle Moment?

War Eagle moments happen every day, all around the world. They are those encounters with a member of the Auburn Family, whether it’s a shout of a 𝗪𝗮𝗿 𝗘𝗮𝗴𝗹𝗲!, when you run into a fellow Auburn Tiger in the most random of places or when you discover a special Auburn connection–and instantly, in your mind and your heart, you are back at Auburn.

 

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Living the Creed

Living the Creed

Alumni around the world live The Auburn Creed in remarkable ways. Meet three who have dedicated their lives to making an impact on others by serving the underserved and giving hope to the hopeless.

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