Hannah Lester | Campus Writer
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.”
Max Zinner, graduate school senator, presented a bill to the senators on Monday Oct. 29 at SGA Senate that would allow campaigning students to visit student organizations a week before formal campaigning began.
"Each person has different hobbies and skill sets, and I think people get really excited when they find other people with similar interests,” Swanson said. "CBC is important, because like every organization at Auburn its a venue for people to be creative, work toward something they enjoy, and share that experience with others.”
“In these times, we got to come together instead of come apart, and as an artist, I believe in the power of art for positive transformation,” Hill said.
“There’s kids and families facing tough situations, scary situations. ... I would really love to come in at that moment and point them to a hope that’s greater than modern medicine — a hope in a heavenly father that loves them,” Nichols said.
First Man, the biography, will be released as a motion picture in October. Hansen, professor emeritus in the College of Liberal Arts, shared the process of turning his book into a Universal picture.
“I’ve eaten them and I haven’t felt terrible after I eat them and it’s not just like fried chicken and everything,” Kirk said. “I’m not feeling terrible, I’m trying to avoid the freshman fifteen too, so anything that will help that.”
Patrick Starr, executive vice president of programs, said SGA wants to make sure that the most students possible are able to sit in the student section.