Going Once, Going Twice . . .
An Andrews parking pass, a “day of adoration,” private Russian bedroom-talk lessons. First-Year class president Eliot Routh ’12 helped spark bidding on these items—and many more—at the Students for Students Scholarship Fund’s 42nd annual auction. One of the College’s oldest traditions, the event was one of the first student-run fundraisers in the country. This year, the festive, disco-themed night combined student performances, ’70s-related trivia questions, and lively bidding on items donated by students and staff. Prices on most items started below $20 to allow plenty of people to get in on the action. The proceeds, totaling about $6,000, went toward student scholarships.