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Matthew Wayne McLaughlin, an exercise science major, received a President's Award as one of Auburn University's most outstanding graduating students.
McLaughlin, a native of Brentwood, Tenn., native who will graduate on Saturday, eventually plans to attend medical school.
Auburn officials presented the President's Awards and the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards on April 14. Each school and college designates an outstanding graduating student to receive a President's Award. The awards are given in recognition of the students' high qualities that "ennoble and beautify living and bind man to man in mutual love and helpfulness.'' Qualifications include characteristics of the heart, mind and conduct.
Last Updated: May 17, 2011