We found forty-ish sand dollars! I found a conch shell, but the creature inhabiting it was still alive. Eww! The whole boat trip was about beach combing and seeing dolphins. We actually saw a baby dolphin. Talk about adorable. I will have more pictures up soon!
Graduation was a blast yesterday. It was a great way to say goodbye to the friends I've made over the past five years. There isn't much more to say except... I believe in Auburn and love it!
I have said it before, and I will say it again: It's great to be an Auburn Tiger! War eagle, class of 2014!
Graduation pictures, as promised. I'm sure I will have more after the ceremony tomorrow. Graduation Pictures!It's NASA!All the Auburn Alumni in the Holt FamilyI might be having a little too much fun playing by the fountain.It was also a shame that I left my sunglasses in the car...I was attempting to hold the Cupola in... Continue Reading →
While getting some scholarship stuff straightened out, I walked past this wonderful image of Aubie. Some person(s) made a ton of origami balloons, like the one on the left. I honestly haven't walked past that part of campus in a long time, so I don't know how long it has been there. I'm assuming that... Continue Reading →
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.