Jordan Windham | Campus Writer
Esperanza House is a nonprofit organization that provides tutoring for 150 children in the Auburn community. The children are assigned a classroom by their grade, where volunteers help them with their homework.
Voting for SGA president, SGA vice president, SGA treasurer and Miss Auburn will last from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020.
Ondrizek plans to use her time as Miss Auburn to promote current service opportunities around the community and the creation of new service opportunities.
Bryant wants to share the power she has found in self-belief with her Auburn Family.
Cohen wants to provide a voice for all students so that the student body can come together, create change and work to improve Auburn.
Ricks said her campaign is focused on “my own home,” because students spend at least four years living in Auburn, and it should be more than just a school.
Her campaign is focused on starting the conversation about mental health on campus.
In this increasingly complex world of intelligence, FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich said the FBI remains focused on serving the public.
On January 22 and 23, AUDM staff and participants will “Fundraise the Roof,” pushing for donations to meet their goal of $90,000 on just Thursday and Friday.
According to Abbigail Hickey, coordinator of nutrition services and registered dietitian nutritionist, the freshman 15 is a myth.