The Lion's Roar

Q & A : A historical view point and a peek into the world of politics

Margaret Gonzalez-Perez.
December 1, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has been a constant force in the lives of citizens everywhere. In order to provide a well-rounded understanding of the consequences of disease and pandemics on society, Margaret...

Q&A: Learning about the criminal justice system on campus

Jonathan Varnado.
November 19, 2020

Jonathan Varnado, an instructor of criminal justice, answered some questions regarding crime reporting at the university, how the school handles campus-related crimes outside of the university and how...

Microbiology professor Q&A: A different kind of preparation

Edward Nelson.
November 7, 2020

All students have gone through new challenges and taken precautions in order to stay safe while learning. However, the microbiology classes have had a slightly different struggle following the switch to...

Q&A with an education professor: Teaching during the pandemic

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October 26, 2020

With the pandemic still at large, teachers have faced major changes in the way they teach and have learned to adapt to the situation. Dr. Colleen Klein-Ezell, department head and professor for the department...

Broadcasting professor Q&A: A significant time in the field

Professionals working in the field of broadcasting have had to adapt to new circumstances during the pandemic. Many have speculated that this is the industry’s most significant time.
October 23, 2020

The broadcasting industry has had to adapt to new circumstances while keeping the public informed during a pandemic. Cheryl Settoon, a communication and media studies instructor, answered some questions...

CSE hosts Q&A panels with health care professionals for students

CSE hosts Q&A panels with health care professionals for students
October 18, 2020

Mindy Notariano, assistant director for the Center for Student Excellence, has put together a panel of health care professionals for a Q&A session with the Health Sciences Living Learning Community.  The...

Mapping out the profession: Nursing professor Q&A

Nursing students complete activities in the lab. The nursing field covers a wide range of professions, from direct patient care to nursing informatics.
October 16, 2020

Nurses stand on the front lines of healthcare systems, providing patient care for the ill and injured. However, what lies behind the scenes may be unknown to some. Ashley Bordelon, assistant director...

Q&A with economics professor: Financial stress and COVID-19

The current economic strain caused by COVID-19 has impacted working college students. Some students have lost jobs that support their higher education.
October 8, 2020

American unemployment is facing historical lows, consumer confidence is dwindling and bankruptcy for commercial businesses is set to reach the highest it has been in the last 10 years. Yu Hsing, professor...

Q&A with Vice President for Student Affairs

Vice President for Student Affairs 
Dr. Eric Summers.
April 8, 2020

The Lion’s Roar recently discussed some of the recent pandemic updates with Dr. Eric Summers: What are some of the most general questions people have been asking recently? We understand that these...

Q&A with Dean of Students

Dr. Gabe Willis
Dean of Students
March 17, 2020

How will the university accommodate students who don’t have internet connection? “At the moment, we do recognize that every student won’t have a laptop or access to Wi-Fi. On campus, there will...

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