Defying the “Female Engineer” Stereotype This blog post is great! I think it is safe to say at least 90% of the female engineers have noticed these things. The following is definitely the worst problem I had to deal with as an undergraduate: 8. If you know any female engineers then you’ll know that most... Continue Reading →
Just in case you can't tell, I'm way too excited about graduation! The past five years at Auburn have had there ups and downs, but I survived. Actually, I did more than survive. I thrived! I've been given the opportunity to meet and network with crazy successful alumni (like Eric O'Neill), and I will be getting... Continue Reading →
Guess who got to pick up one of her two diplomas today? Correct Answer: This girl! Please ignore the mess that is my super frizzy hair. With all the rain last night and the heat of April, it is grossly humid outside.
I am officially done with my undergraduate classes! I only have two finals to take next week, and they (hopefully) won't be that bad. I just want to take a moment to brag about how great the Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE) department is at Auburn. At the end of the semester you graduate,... Continue Reading →
This is what happens when your mom wants a picture of your haircut. I had a legitimate reason to say "let me take a selfie". By the way, I hope that song is now stuck in your head too.
We are officially done with Senior Design! Woot woot! We pulled off the overachieving/let's turn in all the documentation material two days early! It feels like such a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. Now I just need to survive three finals. Fingers crossed!
wikiHow's Kill a Scorpion One of my friend's found a scorpion in her apartment this morning. When she put a picture of it on Facebook (shown above), she made the comment that scorpions are less creepy than spiders. I was in total disagreement because spiders are a lot easier to kill. You just get some... Continue Reading →
Some "prankster" pulled my apartment building's fire alarm for giggles at 2AM. We, the residents, and the firefighters, who arrived only to be told it false alarm, are not amused. Those poor firefighters looked so miffed. It must stink being a firefighter in a college town.