An hour or so prior to the inauguration ceremony for President Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph. D., I was milling around the platform on Manning Alumni Green in search of Debbie Martin ’72, the Director of Special Events and Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trustees. Over Family, Homecoming and Inauguration Weekend, I served as a [...]
Last semester I worked on an Independent Study titled “The Practice (exploration) of Acting Techniques through Application and Exercise”. I had a great book list that I had complied and my adviser, Professor Mazuroski, suggested an article to add to the reading as well. Have a read at Why I Call Myself a Socialist: Is [...]
If there is one thing that every college student will learn, it is that the ability to multitask is something that you must develop, unless you enjoy falling behind. What does multitasking mean? Well on the general level it means being able to balance your academic calendar with your social calendar. On a more specific [...]
I recently came across a few Facebook posts in regards to higher education and teaching. One of the posts was from our Dean of the College, Kent Trachte, and he happened to post an article from the New York Times “Ode to Teachers” that discussed the personal story with a student and teacher, and the [...]
During Orientation, in Dip’s Diner, the common room found on the third floor hallway of Atlee-Dubbs in Bonchek, we celebrated three birthdays, all freshmen in the same seminar.