Paul Brock | Campus Writer
Auburn’s Army Reserve Officers Training Corp hosted its biannual Branch Night Ceremony in the Alumni Center Thursday evening. Former Auburn football player and NFL player Kendall Simmons was the commissioner for the event.
Many Auburn graduates choose to continue their education by going to graduate school, and many such individuals choose to move to another school.
Friday morning, Disney World employee Alan Skaggs spoke to students about working with transportation at Disney World sharing his academic and career experience.
Students gathered from 7-9 p.m. in the Auburn Arena for the seventh annual Ignite worship event. Ignite was hosted by the Auburn chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and this year, Ignite was supported by Church of the Highlands whose pastor, Chris Hodges, delivered the main message. “Our reason is to bring together everyone on Auburn’s campus from, you know, different churches, different organizations, and really just start a flame for Christ,” said Junior Klaudia Birkler who is majoring in public relations, “Whether it be with someone who knows about God or someone that doesn’t, we just really to bring together Auburn’s campus.” The stage was placed on one side of the stadium floor with facing seats on the court.
At first glance, there does not seem to be much in common between the Opelika coffee shop Side Track, and Bizilia’s Cafe in downtown Auburn.
The Elect Her program was presented by Running Start which is a nonpartisan and nonprofit organization founded in 2007 under the support of the Women Under Forty Political Action Committee. The goal of Running Start is to encourage more women to run for political office and to prepare them for campaigning.
Auburn vet students provided free animal care in Northeast Alabama this fall as a part of the "Veterinary Service Learning and Outreach” extracurricular class which is offered to second and third-year vet students.
The International Student Organization held its annual International Peace Dinner today.
With Halloween days away, the University Program Council and Black Student Union hosted a scary movie on the Greenspace. Following the movie, a panel was held for discussion of the prominent themes within the event's screening of Get Out.
Participants of the annual Diwali Festival had the opportunity on the evening of Oct. 21 to experience Indian culture and enjoy the country’s cuisine.