Jordan Windham | Campus Writer
On Thursday, Feb. 21 Auburn will foster support for nearly 60 projects through Tiger Giving Day, its annual fundraising drive, which matches donors from around the world with causes near and dear to the Auburn Family.
“I need to mention that competition is not like what people usually imagine when they hear the word saxophone,” Klotchkov said. “It’s not jazz, not like popular music. It’s classical music.”
Excited student and music filled the Student Center Ballroom as it was announced that AUDM raised over half a million dollars for the Columbus Regional Medical Center.
AUDM supports Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, specifically Piedmont Regional of Columbus, Georgia, through financial contributions and raising awareness.
“Climbing can seem very scary at first, and it can get intimidating going to the climbing wall and seeing people do things that look impossible, but I guarantee you will struggle to find a more welcoming and encouraging community than the climbing community."
After a three-year suspension, Auburn’s Kappa Chi chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, a historically black National Pan-Hellenic Council sorority, has returned to campus.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art has announced Cynthia B. Malinick as its new director and chief curator, aiming toward enhancing cultural influence.
Fundraise the Roof is Auburn University Dance Marathon’s last big push ahead of the main event in a couple weeks. The goal is to raise $100,000 toward the pledge on just Wednesday and Thursday.
""“[Swimming] keeps me sane,” said Bennett Paradis, a member of the club. “I liked to swim when I was in undergrad, and I just wanted to keep it going. Pretty much from day one, I started here with Masters Swimming.“
“We did it four years ago and to standing-room only, so they put us in a double venue this time because they’re anticipating everyone coming to see us, so we’re hoping its going to be really good,” Pendowski said.