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What Can Hocus Pocus Teach Us About Writing Assignments in College?

31 October 2014

What Can Hocus Pocus Teach Us About Writing Assignments in College?       Halloween is an excellent time of year. Between the pumpkins, candy, fantastic weather, and the best movies on television, how could anyone not love it? If you are reading this and you have not seen Hocus Pocus, I want to extend […]

Basic Writing Tips for Basic Girls

22 October 2014

Basic Writing Tips for Basic Girls   With autumn upon us, Auburn’s campus has exploded into a frenzy of football and fuzzy sweaters. And everyone knows that fall is a girl’s favorite season. So grab your Pumpkin Spice Latte, curl up under your chunky knit blanket, and read some basic writing tips sure to help […]

Meet the Staff: Matthew

20 October 2014

Meet the Staff: Matthew   Name: Matthew Major: English Literature, Spanish Language Year: 2014, or so the newspapers say. (Also: Senior) What do you like doing best in your spare time? I fear that the existence of that nebulous quantity, “spare time,” although much theorized, has never been scientifically proven, rendering the question moot. Next? […]

Midterms, Fall Break, and the Importance of Recharging

15 October 2014

Midterms, Fall Break, and the Importance of Recharging If you’re reading this, congratulations: you successfully survived midterms. That is, physically survived them. There’s no telling how many cramming sessions, coffee-laden all-nighters, mental breakdowns, tear filled calls home, or nights curled up on the bedroom floor considering absconding to the circus we all had. Somehow we […]

Storytime Tuesday: “You’re never too old to practice good writing”

14 October 2014

Storytime Tuesday: “You’re never too old to practice good writing” Ft. Sally Gorey and Perry Bull   On a cold, dark night, one that was blatantly made ominous for the sake of tone, two figures were seen turning the corner onto Geddowtaheer Lane. As a coyote howled thematically far off in a field, Sally Gorey […]