- Meet Stone Phillips!
- Throwback Thursday: “The Rabbit ‘Telula’” and “Dog Spit in Space”
- Friday Favorites
- It’s Friday, and We Are Flashing Back!
- Meet Mary Cole: A Life of “Bad Puns and Mom Hugs”
- Throwback Thursday: “Sky, Bar”
- Top 12 Reasons You Should Submit to the Auburn Circle
- The First Step: Submissions
- The Design Process
- Meet the Staff: Michelle Bangson
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Last night, our staff members attended the inaugural Involvement Awards celebration hosted by the Office of Student Involvement. The Involvement Awards recognized deserving student organizations and individuals for their accomplishments during the 2012-2013 academic year. The Auburn Circle won … Continue reading
In the fall of 1996, The Circle showed off an experimental look. The Buddha himself seems to have been an influencing factor. Here are the front cover, back cover, and a recruitment ad. What do you think?
Do you ever wonder where the witty tweets and FB posts come from? Well, it’s your lucky day! Meet one of the Circle’s wonderful PR ladies, Elizabeth Segarra! Name: Elizabeth Segarra Major: Public Relations Year: Junior Elizabeth’s Five Favorites: … Continue reading
What has everyone been talking about in the office this week? 1. How much we want spring break back. Spring break is just a tease. 2. March Madness. Well, we’ve been talking about it, but we don’t really know what … Continue reading
Writing in a journal is one of my favorite ways to organize my thoughts. In my journals, I like to make lists, to recap my day, to jot down my musings, to keep track of my spending, and more. Most … Continue reading
What do Microsoft Word, cookies and Sherlock Holmes all have in common? They are all some of Matthew Pollock’s favorite things! If you’re curious about who reads all of the fiction submissions, get to know Matthew, one of the Circle’s … Continue reading
As our readers may know, The Circle accepts art submissions of all kinds, including fashion. In the Spring 2005 edition, Lindsay Butler shows off her thriftiness and pragmatic art skills as she explains how to make your own paper dress. Check … Continue reading
If you’ve submitted a fiction piece to the Circle (there has been a lot of fiction this year,) here is one of the lovely fiction editors that reviews your submissions. Name: Alicia Jackson Major: English literature Year: Junior Alicia’s Favorite … Continue reading