Nicole Lee | Campus Writer
Many students at Auburn engage in activities like hiking at Chewacla or bowling, but Ashley George, junior in rehabilitation and disability studies who has completed over 100 skydives, these were not enough.
The term "essential workers" encompasses all those who work to provide goods and services to others, including college students in Auburn jobs that have gone on despite the pandemic.
‘Museum in Motion’ will be a moving art exhibit with interactive displays where people will be encouraged to play active roles in the exhibits to better understand different perspectives.
Auburn Aquaponics raised over $10,000 during Tiger Giving Day toward a new tank system able to sustain a more extensive selection of fish including tilapia, bass and saltwater species like shrimp.
“I think the way Robinhood acted is downright criminal,” said Riley Gray, junior in pre-pharmacy. “It was effectively what killed all momentum for the surge.”
The International Dinner Club emerged in response to few culturally rich dining options around Auburn, growing into a way for members to gather and share meals with worldwide dishes.
Auburn's Organic Garden Club aims to use completely natural methods of gardening to grow produce that retains maximum healthiness and lacks harmful chemicals typical of non-organically grown foods.
For instructors like Eden McLean, Claire Perrott and Jeffrey Katz, this year's wave of virtual education has altered the teaching methods they traditionally use for college courses.
The Auburn International Justice Mission plays a supportive role toward victims of human trafficking, slavery and domestic violence through advocacy, prayer and fundraising.
According to their website, the business will allow customers to have an “interactive journey” in candle making, providing over 80 fragrances and 82,000 possible combinations.