On June 21, we’ll celebrate the first (official) day of summer – the longest day of the year. If you’re in Auburn for the summer, then you’ll have about 14 hours and 17 minutes of daylight, and we don’t want you to waste a single second.
I love the sun. It’s warm, feels great on my skin, and it even gives me a little color. If I could spend the entire summer laying by the pool, I probably would. But I get bored, and books, TV and music simply aren’t enough. But podcasts are perfect, and here are nine of my favorites: perfect for the pool!
You’ve probably seen a few different “Open Letter to My Mom on Mother’s Day” articles floating around on your Facebook timeline, and that’s great — appreciating the women in our lives is important. But I've got a better way to celebrate this Mother's Day.
Why must we pull an all-nighter to feel properly prepared for #FinalsWeek? Whatever your unique “why,” it should be the "big-picture" that drives your study habits. Whatever your end goal, write it down and save it. Take a picture of it and set it as your lock screen for the week. Hang it on your mirror, or put it on a sticky note on your laptop. Finals only last one week, and you'll be one step closer to achieving that thing you are here for in the first place.
Living in the dorm not only deprives you of personal space, but it also limits what you can have with you in your room. Banned appliances include toasters, toaster ovens and hot plates.Without these handy tools, how can you expect to make a decent meal for yourself? Don’t fret – we have the answer. All you’ll need is a microwave and refrigerator, which are university approved!
If you've ever caught the travel bug, then you’ve probably considered studying abroad. We talked to three Auburn students who recently studied abroad to hear all about their trips – and get tips for anyone who might be considering a trip of their own.