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February 14, 2014

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 candy and cards, expressions of love and affection have existed far longer. Unfortunately, we can’t More…


February 12, 2014

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 Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, were the perfect literary couple. “She loves him ever thought More…


February 11, 2014

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 cards, we’ve brought some quality poetry to you. Check out Rob Brice’s poem, “Once Upon More…


February 6, 2014

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 the good stuff isn’t until tomorrow. While you’re waiting, write us a story!   2) More…


February 5, 2014

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 on his pursuit of his undergrad degree in math, then his graduate degree in physics. More…


February 3, 2014

Last week was absolutely bizarre. With a freak snowpocalypse (did anybody else enjoy the 60 degree weather today?) and the complete opposite of a normal week, most of us got a much needed snowcation, a marathon date with our bff Netflix and an extension on all of our homework, tests and daily life responsibilities. For More…


January 31, 2014

Today is the end of one of the most bizarre school weeks this year, but we welcome Friday with open arms nonetheless. This week, the Southeast experienced a rare winter storm. Auburn University was one of numerous schools and businesses that closed its doors for days. Although students and faculty enjoyed a three-day snowcation, we More…


January 29, 2014

We hope all our Circle readers are enjoying the snow day in Auburn! Days like today are perfect for curling up with a cup of coffee, a blanket and a great book. Check out what our staff is reading! 1) The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling               2) The More…


January 22, 2014

For Raye May, her love for the written word began in kindergarten. “We had a writing project and instead of writing a poem, I wrote a whole book,” Raye said. Raye, senior in creative writing, has submitted poetry, short stories and photography to The Auburn Circle for the past two issues. Raye said her favorite More…


January 17, 2014

Hey, Circle readers! We hope you enjoyed another successful round of O-Days this past Wednesday and Thursday. Along with numerous other organizations, the Auburn Circle was in the Student Center encouraging students to submit their work and pick up some free Circle swag. Our coffee mugs and t-shirts were a huge hit, and thanks to your More…


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