Lighting Up

Horticulture Senior Wins
Miss Homecoming Title with
Personal Story of Adoption
by Jamie creamer

Molly Anne Dutton sitting in front of colorful flowers at the Biltmore Estate.
Picture of Comer Hall

Opinions and Insights

View from Ag Hill
by Bill Batchelor
Auburn turfgrass management major Jared Nash, right, and co-workers disperse a drying agent on the field at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington following a heavy rain that fell a couple of hours before a Texas Rangers baseball game.

Twist of Fate

UF Grad in Nonprofit Studies
Sees Brighter Future in Turfgrass
by Jamie Creamer
Auburn researchers used a live/dead cell kit to assess the viability of Flavobacterium columnare in biofilm and photographed the results using an optical imaging technique known as confocal microscopy. In the image, live cells are stained green and dead cells are red. Extracellular polymeric substances are blue with white.

Caught on Camera

Fish Pathogen Remains Viable in Biofilm, Auburn Study Shows
by Jamie Creamer
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