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What are stanzas 1-7 of the Auburn Creed?
I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore, I believe in work, hard work. I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully. I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men. I believe in a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities. I believe in obedience to law because it protects the rights of all. I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all. I believe in my Country, because it is a land of freedom and because it is my own home, and that I can best serve that country by "doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with my God."
Who is Cary Hall named after?
Charles Allen Carey, who is responsible for bringing the program of meat and food inspection to Alabama and developing Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine
What is significant about the building?
It is the only remaining building of the original Vet Hill
What is significant about the Chemistry Building?
It was the first of two buildings to provide modern facilities in chemistry
Who is Parker Hall named after?
Dr. William Van Parker, who established the first Ph.D. program here at Auburn
What is interesting about this building?
It is one of three diagonal buildings on campus
What was Petrie Hall originally?
The field house for the football team
Who is Petrie Hall named after?
George Petrie, who started Auburn football in 1892, served as its first football coach and also wrote the Creed
What is in the lobby?
A museum of rocks and fossils
What is interesting about this building?
It is one of three diagonal buildings on Auburn's campus, because it is aligned with the hashmarks of the football field
When was Funchess Hall built?
1957
Who is it named after?
Marion Jacob Funchess, who created the Agricultural Experiment Station
What is it a part of?
"Ag Hill"
Who is Upchurch Hall named after?
Ann S. Upchurch, an active supporter of Auburn and its Agricultural programs
Who is Miller Hall named after?
Emerson Miller, who came to Auburn as the first Pharmacy teacher
When will the School of Nursing Facilities be completed?
Summer 2017
What will it include?
A tiered auditorium, active learning classrooms, a skills lab and simulation suite, a student lounge, public spaces, group meeting rooms and faculty and staff offices
What is interesting about the Rouse Life Sciences Building?
It is one of three diagonal buildings on Auburn's campus
When was the Science Center built?
2005
What does it contain?
Chemistry labs, traditional classrooms and a large lecture hall
Who was the Walker Pharmacy Building renamed after?
William W. Walker Jr., who built the Birmingham-based Walker Drug Company into one of the nation's largest wholesale independent drug companies
What was significant about Walker's company?
It was an active supporter of Auburn's School of Pharmacy and Walker himself sat on Auburn advisory boards
Who is Swingle Hall named after?
Homer S. Swingle, who helped found the Fisheries department
What is significant about Auburn's Fisheries department?
It has been previously ranked number one in the world