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COLLEGE STATION, September 23, 2023 – Breakaway Ministries hosts a Bible study every Tuesday, an event that is packed with college kids eager to learn about the Lord and hear from His word. Despite the chaos of trying to find a seat in Reed Arena or waiting in line for merchandise, Breakaway is a time where thousands of believers can feel at home. Tuesdays are nights that bring the Christian community of Texas A&M together for the same purpose; to be in His presence. 

Sadie Robertson is a woman known not only for her role in Duck Dynasty, but also her faith-filled motivational speaking events and passion for Christ. She is a New York Times bestselling author and has spoken all over the country. Sadie’s first appearance at Breakaway in 2022 made a positive impact on those who came to listen and people are thrilled to hear her speak once again. 

Come hear the incredible Sadie Robertson on September 26th at 9pm in Reed Arena. This is going to be a night with high attendance, so be prepared to get stuck in the parking lot looking for a spot and get there early – you won’t want to miss it.

Ava Popovits is a first year member of Her Campus. As part of the Public Relations Committee, she has the opportunity to write press releases and handle merchandise. She is eager to gain experience in the professional world and work alongside some pretty talented people, all while forming lifelong friendships. Outside of Her Campus at TAMU, Ava is a freshman at Texas A&M studying Communication with the goal of working in Public Relations or Crisis Communication. She is a proud member of the TAMU Swiftie Society where they discuss all things Taylor Swift and her continuous impact on pop culture. In her free time, Ava enjoys listening to music and trying out different dessert recipes. She loves to travel; she has been to four other countries and hopes that the list continues to grow.