Caroline Craig | Lifestyle Writer
Mohammed Owais Patel, president of the Muslim Students Association, discussed how celebrations would look different this year.
“We’re used to the pitter-patter of little feet and laughter and youthful exuberance at Storybook on a daily basis," said Dena Little, founder of Storybook Farms. "That has unfortunately come to a halt given the circumstances."
Auburn students who returned home for quarantine have turned to various activities, such as reading and cooking, in between class lectures to help stay busy.
Brady Fowlkes, 23, started selling sweatshirts with the One by One design, which he has tattooed on his wrist, in an effort to fund two separate mission trips for children he sponsors in Columbia and Ghana.
After hearing from his coach that another fencer from Georgia would be attending Auburn, Armistead said he decided to reach out to Jay Parcelewicz, freshman in pre-business, about creating a new organization.