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« firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on Friday, Jun 11 at 08:43 PM »
Actually, maxwoff (?) i am her aunt - and what you may not know, Molly Welch was a very successful junior in journalism at Auburn 2 years ago, when she was involved in a car accident, sustained a tbi - traumatic brain injury, and is now
again writing for their paper, taking classes, (and most recently learned to walk again). You should get your facts before you so horribly criticize. Again, shame on you. A real major, engineering?? How about a real personality or should I say a heart, which you seem to be lacking both based on your response.
« maxwoff wrote on Friday, Jun 11 at 09:32 AM »
what are you, her parent?
"I obtained a bachelor's degree in 1978, Ph.D. in 1984, followed by three years of postdoctoral studies and have been in higher education faculty position since 1987,” Wooten said.
enough said with that crap right there. Is the author serious? What class at Auburn was she taught that this was appropriate?
"She is currently a professor of biological sciences and COSAM. Wooten has been an important part of COSAM for many years during which she has earned a reputation as a great instructor."
"She added, "I will put in place mechanisms for more effective communication."
shame on me? This is part of the business...Molly Welch knew what she was getting into when she got her job and chose her major.
Some of us chose real majors, like engineering, but we can't blame folks for trying.
my validity? I think I just proved my validity. Go look up the definition of validity too.
feel free to e-mail me and let's please continue this for my amusement.
« email@example.com wrote on Thursday, Jun 10 at 05:38 PM »
Cosam Dean article by Molly Welch
Great article - loved it!
Whoever Maxwoff is - your comments caused me "pain" - further no validity - shame on you!
« maxwoff wrote on Wednesday, Jun 09 at 09:20 AM »
this has to be the worst newswriting I have ever seen. Horrible excuse for an article that reads like a press release.
Grammatical mistakes are abundant and glaring.
It was an actual pain to have to read this.
« badface wrote on Tuesday, May 04 at 11:08 AM »
He was NOT naked. Therefore he was NOT streaking.
« auburnstudent wrote on Monday, May 03 at 01:46 PM »
The Plainsman can't spell. Surprise surprise. Check the title of this article again and how to spell dilemma.
« claireroth wrote on Saturday, May 01 at 04:58 PM »
As a very happy Jeep Wrangler owner for 13 years (1992 Wrangler) I applaud this article. I used to tell my friends "See how Jeep drivers are always smiling? They smile because they KNOW"
I still mourn my jeep that died in Katrina :-(
« SusanPhariss wrote on Friday, Apr 30 at 12:03 PM »
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« wdm1189 wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 10:07 PM »
hahaha that is awesome. where did you find the people that didnt get a laugh out of it? auburn is not a military base, it is a college town.
« mcmase18 wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 07:40 PM »
Textbookstop.com has partner with Tiger Rags to allow Auburn students textbook rentals at www.textbookstop.com/auburn. Students can go online and get all the books they need and return them to tiger rags when they are done. Also Tiger Rags will be buying back textbooks all year. They don't buy on quota and offer one price for the entire buyback regardless of how many bought.
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