McKenzie Dooley | Campus Writer
The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine is hosting a Trunk-or-Treat event tomorrow, Oct. 23, from 5-9 p.m at 910 S. Donahue Dr. Admission is free, and children can play games and participate in a costume contest.
In addition to serving as a research facility for agricultural students, the Lambert-Powell Meats Laboratory features a store where students may purchase variety boxes of meats.
While fraternities are normally associated with Greek life, fraternities associated with the Harbert College of Business serve to further students’ career opportunities.
During a time where distancing is recommended, Auburn Outdoors provides bike repairs, item rentals and a limited number of programs to keep students active outdoors.
While COVID-19 regulations have affected logistics, the Beat Bama Food Drive wants students to know the many ways they can still help out with the drive, which begins Oct. 1.
Clinicals are a critical piece of Auburn’s nursing curriculum. However, with a pandemic bringing restrictions on in-person gatherings, the School of Nursing has adapted to the situation.
“Not having the privilege of being on campus every day can have an impact on the current freshmen’s ability to make new friends,” said Savannah Aldridge, freshman in pre-nursing.