Fifteen undergraduate students comprising the Texas Tech University Forensics Union took first place in overall sweepstakes at the William Jewell College season opener.
Funds raised from the event will go to benefit Service for Sight and the Delta Gamma Foundation.
The circle is not expected to be preserved intact however, as the terrazzo is apparently quite fragile, and only remnants of the circle are expected to survive the removal process.
The Steel Drum Bands will perform tunes by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, AC/DC, Lord Kitchener, and more in the Allen Theatre courtyard during a reception for concert goers.
Grandin, an Animal Sciences professor at Colorado State University, is one of the most accomplished adults with autism.
Segran began at Texas Tech in 1983, and has worked toward Tech’s cybersecurity awareness program known as the “Safe Computing Practices” campaign.
Events will run throughout the weekend before Halloween, into early November for the Dia de los Muertos Procesión in early November.
All proceeds from the silent auction, as well as a portion of the evening’s sales will go to benefit the Texas Tech University Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research.
"We kick if off on Saturday. We go all the way to Monday,” Riley said.
The week will begin with Homecoming Kickoff at the Student Union North Plaza at noon on Monday, and a line dance flash mob will take place immediately following the kickoff.