Frankie Lintner ENG 131.09 Professor Lucas 18 November 2015 To Study Abroad or Not To? Introduction This is the time of the year were many students are starting to register for classes. As a student at Lenoir-Rhyne University, there is a new requirement for students. LRU now requires students to take five credit hours … More To Study Abroad or Not To?
Chuck Klosterman, a pop-culture writer, was a visiting writer for Lenoir-Rhyne’s Visiting Writer Series. The night was hosted by a talk radio host from Charlotte, NC. The conversation was built around how Klosterman started out writing, about his new book and why he writes what he writes. The interview landed on the topic of his new book, … More Interview With Chuck Klosterman
Jeff Hobbs, the author of the Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace, was a the author for Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Visting Writers Series. He used the night to talk about how the book started and to tell more into Rob’s impact that he left on so many lives. Hobbs emphasized how Rob continued to effect … More An Evening with Jeff Hobbs
New York Times editorial writer wrote about how most college students are more likely to fail an online class. The New York Times editorial stressed the fact that students “less likely to earn degrees or transfer to a four-year college” (“The Trouble”). Online classes are hard to concentrate on for a person who is easily … More Online College, Is It Worth It?
As the first author of the year for Lenoir-Rhyne’s Writing Series, Jaki Shelton Green was introduced by the student body president. Green read many of her poems and told a few stories for what made a memorable night. Green mentioned during the night about working with women on death row. She went on to say that … More Jaki Shelton Green