Teachers have the power to influence a student, whether in preschool, kindergarten, high school or college.
With all the editorial column inches we have given to teachers failing to meet expectations, it is time to shed light on one who far exceeds any standards for teaching excellence.
As a public school teacher and a ULV adjunct professor, I was a bit taken aback by the Oct. 13 editorial, “Teachers Need More Experience.” I am also a bit unsure which cursory statement the editorial made that I find most egregious, but there were many.
Despite the ongoing criticism that can be endlessly placed on the Office of Housing and Residential Life, that department will always have one major asset in its defense — they provide an unparalleled environment for your college experience.
There is nothing more frustrating than feeling ill and not having adequate health care. This is the season for colds and flu galore, which also happens to be right around midterms. For most functional humans, sickness can make or break academic excellence. With a few coughs and sneezes the likelihood of studying looks grim.
In today’s society there are few roles that are held in as high of a regard as that of the teacher. We dub them as mentors, educators, friends and leaders. They are under appreciated martyrs that develop the knowledge base of our community.
“I asked God for all things that I might enjoy life…God gave me life so that I may enjoy all things” — Anonymous When I get old, I hope I take everything less seriously. Maybe when I am in my 50s, I will trade in my wisdom for a convertible. Like the poem, I hope […]
It is time for the music industry and web sites like Napster to realize how necessary it is for them to work together and that everyone will profit from such a conjunction.
Politics, hate ’em! But, my vote counts, so my opinion does too. I do not publicly declare my party preference so from an impartial point of view, American voters are getting swindled. The presidential debates really deprived us of our right to be informed.
I have a confession to make, and I’d like to take this time and space to discuss my somewhat abnormal obsession that leans more toward a hobby because an obsession is kind of a creepy word to throw around.