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After devoting countless hours toward her thesis project, masters student Emily Pauline was prepared to graduate at the May 10 commencement ceremony.

I saw a Tweet stating that the fog in Atlanta will "burn off" later in the day. This is a very common saying, but it also ranks up there with other little sayings that bug me as an meteorologist and atmospheric sciences professor.

As a Foundation Fellow, Sam Tingle has been able to learn around the world — from the South Pacific to Malaysia to the Greek Island of Lesvos — but has still been able to immerse himself in academics and activities right here on campus.

"The AAG Climate Specialty Group announced that they have a tie for their Lifetime Achievement Award: "We had excellent nominees for this year's Climate Specialty Group (CSG) Lifetime Achievement Award. I am pleased to announce that we have two awardees this year due to a tie in the ranking.

By Marshall Shepherd, Contributor

You see it blowing tree limbs, flags, or leaves on the ground. This weekend people from the mid-Atlantic to northeast United States will experience quite a bit of wind as a Nor'easter storm impacts the region Friday and Saturday.

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