Hannah Lester | Campus Writer
“Growing up a military kid, it’s a lifestyle that I absolutely loved, and I’m so thankful I grew up in it, but it’s something that I thought I didn’t want myself, and until you put this uniform on you don’t realize exactly what it is,” Conner Morschauser said.
Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week to feature a number of events, including the Critical Conversations Speaker Series
Auburn University will hold its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Week Jan. 21-26 of 2019. Events will kick off on Jan. 21 with the MLK, Jr. breakfast that occurs each year in the Hotel at Auburn. Dr. Quinton Ross, Alabama State University President will be the speaker for this event.
“Come out and see what we’re talking about because a lot, I think a lot, of people are afraid of vegans, but we’re not scary," Logan said. "We just love animals, and we just want to share that information."
Subjects of the fall 2019 edition of The Circle, Auburn's student-run literary magazine, will come to life at its semi-annual reveal event on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Red Barn.
“The Auburn community is already so geared toward inclusion and diversity within its students and the larger community that I think this is a good place to start spreading knowledge that should already be common place,” Anderson said.
“Campus recreation is an outlet for students who are under a lot of stress, who are having to start making healthy choices who, find, need a place to get away from just the pressure of academics, of social engagements, just the whole conglomerate of just being away and independent,” Christy Coleman said.
“The goal is to help this dog get to the point where it can change somebody’s life,” Lyons said.
When she realized she was too tall to try out for cheerleading, Viki Woerner discovered that there was another way to support the Auburn Tigers—as the lovable, famous mascot.
“It’s eerie to be sitting in there and to hear the sound of the tarp flapping back and forth," Pierce said. "And then you’ve got the wind, kind of the gusts that would come in and kind of rock the shack a little bit because it’s sitting on that trailer."
“People were just so gleaned in with expectation of what God was going to do,” Fidell said. “It was the most fun I’ve had preaching and crazy how many people came out.”