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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Meet Dana Stuckey, senior in radio, television and film, and our visual arts editor! She has been on the photography and arts staff since freshman year and became an editor this past fall. She originally came into Auburn as an … Continue reading
Wow, thanks so much to our incredible submitters! We received 48 poetry submissions, 160 visual art submissions, 5 non-fiction submissions, 10 fiction and 5 fashion. Thanks for sharing your work with us! We’re now in the process of narrowing down … Continue reading
Derek Herscovici, senior in journalism, is no stranger to work with Auburn University’s student media. He has worked as a campus reporter at The Auburn Plainsman for a year and as a member of the visual arts staff at The … Continue reading
Happy Valentine’s Day! We know that Valentine’s Day is wholeheartedly the bane of many people’s existence. Never has a box of chocolates or cheesy pun been so important. While Valentine’s Day may seem like a commercialized holiday designed to sell … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so The Circle caught up with some students around the Student Media offices to ask about everyone’s favorite literary love stories. Elizabeth Wieck, senior in journalism, said Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester, of … Continue reading
With Valentine’s Day coming up, we’ve probably all seen or heard some of the typical, commonplace poems and phrases that go along with the holiday. Instead of soaking yourself in an abundance of poetry placed on the front of Hallmark … Continue reading
Hey Circle readers! All right, the day is almost upon us…one day until submission day! Here are five reasons you should submit to The Circle: 1) The Winter Olympics don’t start until tomorrow. Okay, TECHNICALLY they start tonight, but all … Continue reading
Meet Rob Brice, one of the Fall 2013 Circle contributors! Brice said he was driven to writing during his time as a physics grad student. Although Brice had written some in high school, he stopped for a bit to focus … Continue reading