Abigail Murphy | Lifestyle Writer
Craig Bertolet, professor and director of undergraduate studies in the English department, said literary canons are forever changing, and so are Auburn literature classes.
Alfredo Palacios, a national certified counselor and licensed professional counselor at Auburn Psychological Wellness Center, said there’s some universal tips on keeping calm, but ultimately, it’s an individualized experience.
Jennifer Robinson, an associate professor in the department of psychology, said handwritten notes can allow the user to have a deeper understanding because it forces them to put the material in their own words.
Auburn students and professors share stories of how they met their significant other.
The winter holidays can feel like the season of love, and with that, some Auburn students are getting engaged.
“My favorite aspect about making custom cakes is having the ability to be a part of a customer’s special event and working with the client to tailor a cake that fits their style perfectly,” she said.
O’Neal El said after years of her and her family traveling around to see different comedy clubs, they wanted to set up a club closer to home.
Emily Fayard, an Auburn Alumna, originally went to college in her hometown in Atmore, Alabama, to stay close to her tribe: the Mvskoke people, also known as the Creek people, she said.
Cecilia Wood, editor-in-chief of The Auburn Circle, commented on the courage it takes to read one’s own work and her appreciation for the people who were willing to do so for SNAPS.
Abbigail Hickey, a registered dietitian and coordinator of nutrition for Health Promotion and Wellness Services, said not drinking much water at games is dangerous.