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Auburn Magazine’s Winter 2022 issue is out now! Read about the cutting-edge Miller Center’s “farm to fork” approach to poultry science, meet a couple who made their lives a globe-trotting adventure and more!
From regulations to recalls, Arma N. White ’04 monitors the nation’s health
Through a Category 5 hurricane in his district and a worldwide pandemic, Florida Representative Jay Trumbull ’11 has led the Appropriations Committee overseeing the state’s $100 billion budget
Two alumni build Auburn’s campus in Minecraft
While presidential elections get most of the headlines, midterm elections often reveal the values and voters of the country
What was your favorite bar, restaurant or hangout when you were a student?
Transformation Garden creates learning, research and outreach opportunities
Who was your favorite professor or staff member when you were a student at Auburn and why?
Where did you see the best Auburn orange and blue sunset?
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Previous Alumni Stories
From polo announcer to voiceover talent to auctioneer, one happenstance after another led Steve Lewandowski ’82 to careers using his voice
What is your earliest memory of attending an Auburn football game?
Melony Pugh-Weber ’80 spent a lifetime overcoming childhood trauma in order to help teens. Then one broke into her home.
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.
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.”
Addressing hidden student hunger at AuburnChanging the world is serious business.
One alumna turns the fast-food phenomenon into limited-edition luggage
Vince ’99 and Judy Price used the pandemic to set sail on their dreams