Samantha Strunk | Campus Writer
“In the army, school’s primarily used to help you get promoted and stuff like that,” Stewart said. “College has been a huge step.”
“I was always a country club kid, but I had the stroke and decided I should live a little more,” Findlater said. “I got a couple tattoos, grew my hair out and started playing guitar – a midlife crisis in my early 20s.”
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“The flight attendant says to put the mask on yourself before you take care of the person next to you,” Yordy said. “We don’t hear that. We always want to help other people, and we feel like if we do anything for ourselves, it’s not good.”
Using data gathered from the Auburn University Office of Institutional Research, approximately 15 percent of degrees in computer science, software engineering and wireless software engineering were earned by women during the 2017-2018 academic year.
“I feel like cultural appropriation comes up a lot in pop culture,” Witherspoon said. “And I want people to be able to have more knowledge and more respect for other people’s cultures.”
“Everyone who competed is so genuine and deserving,” Bradford said. “I’m so ready to represent Auburn and to get out there and do things for Auburn’s campus.”
“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.