Virginia Speirs | Campus Writer
Auburn's Canine Protective Services program nourishes the dogs from birth to 12 months to see them lead a life of fighting crime.
Schools and individual students from all over the country make trips to Auburn just for this one-day event.
Braswell had the idea to start a tech company that would build community and give referrals to people who belonged to a racial minority.
Mitchell Irsik said she’s “not sure what will change about the event next year” in order to ensure they raise more money.
This year, Auburn University has been fortunate enough to bring a chapter of Camp Kesem to Auburn through the hard work of students with a heart for this cause.