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Never too late for personal change

Never too late for personal change

Johnathan Zeringue, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2019

Everyone is familiar with the story of the stubborn family member, the ignorant coworker or the obnoxious neighbor. Many of these personalities are a product of their beliefs and how they were raised. It leaves many people to wonder, “Is it too late for these people to change?” Author Theodor Seuss...

Instabilities mold Goodman for the better

Although Annie Goodman faced problems at home in her early life, college allowed for an opportunity to escape. Now, she works for The Lion’s Roar as the editor-in-chief.

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2019

A difficult upbringing shaped Editor-in-Chief Annie Goodman, a senior communication major. As a child, Goodman had an outgoing personality until the third grade. She started to skip school by pretending to be sick or deciding not to go. Goodman explained that as a result, she did not have any friends...

Oh, how the times have changed

Two students talk to each other in SGA Park in 2001. Ever since Christine Bentley, associate professor of general studies, graduated from the university in 1971, the student life on campus has changed tremendously. Dr. Rosemary Clark, instructor of biological sciences, has seen some cultural similarities and differences from 10 years ago.  File Photo/The Lion’s Roar

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2019

Other than technological improvements, what else was different about colleges 50 years ago? With a combined total of over 50 years of higher-education teaching, Dr. Rosemary Clark, instructor of biological sciences, and Christine Bentley, associate professor of general studies, have both observed...

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