A Letter to My Freshman Self

Dear Freshman Year Mackenzie, So you packed everything you own and drove 8 hours from Kentucky to move into a small, plain dorm room with a total stranger for a roommate-and you couldn’t be more excited. Your parents just left and you realized for the first time that you don’t know anyone here and this […]

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Picking PR: Why This Major?

Freshman year of college is daunting in itself. For me, I moved eight hours away from home to a place I had visited three times total, where I knew one person in the entire state. Not to mention the fact that I was being asked what I wanted to spend my life doing. I know […]

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Applying PR Research to V-Day

Worried about what to get your significant other on Valentine’s Day? Find out how to research that perfect present! In order to run a successful PR campaign, you have to start with extensive research. Research is the key to coming up with the most innovative and meaningful messages in a campaign. I believe the same […]

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125 Years of Auburn Women

This year marks the 125th anniversary of female students on the plains. This is the year of Auburn women, marking 125 years of female students. In 1892, the first three female Auburn students started school and graduated in 1892 with honors. These pioneer students were Willie Little, Katherine Broun and Margaret Teague. Broun even continued […]

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Hydroponic Farming

According to Merriam-Webster, hydroponics is, “the growing of plants in nutrient solutions with or without an inert medium (such as soil) to provide mechanical support.” In traditional farming, the soil is fertilized in order to provide the crop with the proper nutrients to grow. With hydroponics, the plants are fed the exact nutrients they need […]

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