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Chattahoochee River Valley subject of website created as project at Auburn University

AUBURN – The Auburn University Department of Communication and Journalism students, faculty and staff have developed a website dedicated to the Chattahoochee River Valley, a 430-mile stretch of land beginning in North Georgia and ending near the Florida state line, rich in Southern culture and history.

“The idea of the Chattahoochee Heritage Project is to offer a multi-platform website that focuses on the people, places, history and culture of the Chattahoochee River Valley,” said Ric Smith, director of experiential learning and executive producer of the site.

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Auburn University launches fresher, more modern website

AUBURN – For the first time since 2005, the Auburn University home page has a new look. The site, www.auburn.edu, officially launched Sunday, Jan. 23.

The launch event capped a two-year process for Auburn’s Office of Communications and Marketing and Office of Information Technology.

“The new page is the result of the efforts of many people,” said Mike Clardy, director of university communications. “From designers and programmers to focus groups made up of students, faculty, alumni and others, many members of the Auburn family contributed, and each of them shares in the success of the new site.”

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