Sarah Gibson | Campus Writer
“Using home sewing machines is more tedious than the industrial grade ones that the University provides,” said Lucile Duncan, senior in apparel design. “The process of brainstorming without being able to meet with fellow classmates is definitely harder, too.”
UPC had many upcoming events that were forced to be canceled due the coronavirus pandemic.
“I was super excited when I saw that Tim Cook donated to our club,” said Laura Hamilton, senior in civil environmental engineering. “It was awesome to see all of the donations — not just from people we knew but even people that were random donors.”
Dr. Moose was a part of the first project to show that dogs could be an alert for pathogens and be able to distinguish which kind they are.
Here are the candidates for SGA treasurer. Voting will last from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020.
Thomas’s platform involves putting a spotlight on scholarships that are not highly publicized so students qualified for these are granted them.
Willoughby’s platform is supporting students in all of their money endeavors by working with both on-campus and off-campus stores and restaurants to provide discounts for students and set aside the money saved for something else.
Glaude discussed the vision Martin Luther King Jr. had for the future and how the students and faculty of this generation can succeed in obtaining it.
Two of the students who won cash had brought the most cans for the Beat Bama Food Drive, while the other was raising money for Auburn University Dance Marathon’s Children’s Hospital Fundraiser.
“My research was to show that there was a gap between low-income students and those who were not,” Jack said. “The research showed what schools take for granted like what students know and what the students can afford.”