Samantha Strunk | Campus Writer
“Life is the road," Clark said. "Passion is the GPS. Talent is the vehicle, or skill. And purpose is something you have to define for yourself. I call purpose today your reason why. Why do you do what you do?"
Jimmy Harmon, director of the Girls Ranch, said many people have false perceptions of the ranch. He stressed the idea that the ranch deals with parent issues – not kids ones.
With a skilled hand and a sharp wit, magician Nash Fung dazzled an audience of attentive students attending one of the many University Program Council Welcome Week events.
Last Tuesday, the United Way of Lee County kicked off its annual school supply drive, Stuff the Bus.
The rain held off in Opelika on Tuesday afternoon, and O Grows was able to hold its first farmers market of the season.
Getting involved can be daunting. It becomes even more scary when you realize student involvement has its own language.
With representation on the store floor from many brands, Kinnucan’s has a variety of options appealing to both the casual dressers and the fashion savvy.
College of Liberal Arts students have been watching their peers in other schools walk the graduation stage all weekend.
More than 500 students receive degrees from colleges of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Education, Agriculture
Students from the College of Education, the College of Agriculture and the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences gathered at 1 p.m.
She didn’t intend on going through recruitment.