Drew Daws | Campus Writer
“I remember being backstage with them,” Campbell said. “They were all about 5-feet and had little marijuana earrings.”
The chair will remain empty during home games and will be guarded on each side by members of the University’s ROTC program, Venable said.
“Students will be offered an invitation to return, so it’ll be offered to those who have demonstrated through a rating scale that they can live semi-independently with minimal support,” Patten said.
Two years after his initial trip to Europe, Bradford, a fifth-year senior in industrial engineering, has traveled to 64 countries in Europe, covering the entire continent.
Last year’s Miss Auburn UniversityLauren Bradford helped start an initiative encourages students to come together for meals, leaving their phones behind.
“I knew I had this ability, but I didn’t know it was useful or would be useful in any way,” said Markie Pasternak.
A 1992 diving accident left Renner paralyzed from the neck down. Through the years, he used this tragedy to embolden the disabled community and to help students dealing with similar situations on campus.
“I think college is really different because you’re not with your family all the time, so the people on campus become your family, and this is a really cool way to do that.”
Tarana Burke spoke to a full audience in the Telfair B. Peet Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 26, as part of the Extraordinary Women Lecture Series, spotlighting her experience as an activist combatting sexual violence and the aftermath survivors face.
Stewart was crowned Miss Homecoming during last week’s game against Kent State. However, she has been involved on campus since arriving on the Plains four years ago.