It Came from the Archives: Country Life in Photos

June 18, 2018
By Dr. Marty Olliff

Modern hand tools’ handles are made on an industrial scale, often in small factories by machines running for hours at a time. This means they’re relatively inexpensive, readily available and easily replaceable (because the tool-making industry has created size standards).

But not long ago, when farm folks in particular had more time than cash, tool…

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Learning to appreciate change while studying abroad in Europe

June 14, 2018
By Bailey Anne Corbin

Juxtaposition (n.) – The fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect. “Juxtaposition is an act or instance of placing two elements side by side. This is often done in order to contrast the two, in order to show the differences…”

This has become my word of the year. I…

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College of Education completes life-changing study and service in Africa

June 11, 2018
By Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims

Five students and two professors traveled to Uganda during May 10-22 to learn powerful lessons and expand global awareness and understanding.

Students on the journey include Brittany Guris, majoring in American Sign Language Interpreter Training; Tyree McIntosh, Counseling and Rehabilitation; Nakisha Thomas, Social Work; Lydia Williams, Mass Communications; and Erin Woods, Student Affairs. Professors guiding…

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