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TJ Nyugen, senior in mechanical engineering, is not only philanthropic, but he also stands out in a crowd. That is, he stands out at Society of Women Engineers (SWE) monthly meetings as the only consistent male member. Nyugen joined the group in 2010 after the suggestion from former faculty advisor, Bonnie Wilson.
“She said there was free food and that’s where all the girls in engineering are,” Nyugen said. “It was an easy sell.” Nyugen is serving his third term as Service and…Continue
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a… hovercraft?
Hovercrafts are still a figment of human imagination to many, a vehicle that only exists in movies or in high-tech laboratories. In reality, hovercrafts have been around for more than 50 years, and few know that Auburn University has been building and racing them for a full decade. What is a hovercraft? They are nothing like Hollywood models, and according to Thomas Wills, sophomore in Auburn University’s Department of Polymer and Fiber…Continue
For undergrads contemplating law school, before you pound the gavel on the decision of whether or not to apply, take the time to consider the application process and some benefits of having a legal degree.
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According to lawyer Lisa Jones Johnson in an article on FoxBusiness.com, the price of attending law school is incredibly expensive,…Continue
One can almost hear Professor Ed Williams say it out loud, "Cemetery. A cemetery is E-E-Eerie. Cemetery."
The trick above is one of Williams' countless phrases to remember the spelling of every day words, like 'cemetery,' because according to Williams, incorrect spelling is unacceptable and incorrect grammar is even worse. Turns out that he isn't the only one who thinks that way.
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