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Stirring Up Success
A chicken salad entrepreneur invests in start-up opportunities for Auburn students.
Wildlife’s Middleman: Todd Jacobsen ’17
When animals and people cross paths, he maintains the peace.
Rain in our hearts
Sent off in the prime of life, the men of Alpha Company faced some of the heaviest combat of the Vietnam War, many never to return. Two Auburn alumni recall the life—and death—they encountered along the way.
Nomads with a Purpose
In 2018, Grant ’18 and Jama ’94 Singley sold their cars, their house and their possessions
What remnants of the past can tell about the present. Across Alabama’s 67 counties are a myriad of abandoned buildings— businesses, churches, factories, homes
Poultry In Motion
On the far edge of Auburn University’s campus, about seven miles from Toomer’s Corner, sits a cutting-edge poultry science research farm.
Down, Set, Ha! The paramedic quickly wheels a gurney through the emergency room and into a bay. Waiting nurses frantically begin assessing the situation, starting IV fluids and other meds.
2010 Auburn graduate Michael Wekall recently stepped away from his longtime video production gig at Marietta’s Johnson Ferry Baptist Church to try something different.
Malcolm Walker ’18
The man behind Jugo James Mixology Co. is stirring up Atlanta’s cocktail scene
A century before high-rise apartments and Chick fil-A, boarding houses fed and housed Auburn’s hungry students
Judge Alvin Wong ’73
Judge Alvin Wong ’73, Georgia’s first Asian Pacific American judge, on his unlikely path to progress
Calling The Shots
From polo announcer to voiceover talent to auctioneer, one happenstance after another led Steve Lewandowski ’82 to careers using his voice
The Big Question
What is your earliest memory of attending an Auburn football game?
Hope Comes Full Circle
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.