All English majors and minors were invited to attend, as well as anyone interested in becoming a major or a minor.
Category: Student Life
My favorite 4-legged creature is definitely a dog. My dog is a springer spaniel named Trixie and she is the craziest dog you will ever meet.
Here at the BlueStocking we have a tradition that I began to love last year that helps us get to know some of these new students. Cleverly named “Freshman 15,” this tradition requires a freshman student to answer fifteen questions about him/herself.
With each knot you make a wish, but of course you cannot tell anyone what you wished for! With time, the bracelet will break and your wishes are said to come true.
Occasionally, history is not something that we study in a textbook, but rather something that we experience as it happens. Our generation has certainly seen our fair share of “history[...]
I hope you have already met the first year student featured in today’s “Freshman 15.” If you haven’t, meet John Turnbull, or JT, from Bristol, Tennessee. John played three sports[...]
The senior art exhibit opened in Harper Center on March 11, 2011, and the art department held the reception at 5:00 PM. The senior artists on display included Nancy Cooper,[...]