The Bell Ringer- Augusta University’s Student Newspaper

*Written on 5/4/2012 I love writing, and I started to enjoy reading as well. As a kid, newspaper has been fun to me. My grandpa would buy newspaper at 7-11 almost everyday to look at lottery number and the stock market. The papers he collected soon piled up to a mountain. Grandpa didn’t want to throw … More The Bell Ringer- Augusta University’s Student Newspaper

Augusta’s WGAC Radio: The Voice of the Garden City for Seventy Years

*Written on 5/4/2012* This semester, spring 2012, I am in COMP 4950, also known as the Book Editing and Production course. Dr. Van Tuyll, everyone admits, is the best instructor for this subject. When I signed up for this course, I was expecting to edit blocks of paragraphs, design layouts, and read like crazy. However, … More Augusta’s WGAC Radio: The Voice of the Garden City for Seventy Years

From ASU to GRU to AU…..

  What’s more saddening than knowing that your alma mater’s name is no longer the same since you graduated? Having a really infamous person to change your alma mater’s name to something really stupid and then claim himself as the president of both your alma mater and the new school.

SABR 2930: Model United Nations 2012 (Part 3)

*Written in  4/19/2012* Even though we sounded a lot like rivals to each each other during class, when we arrived in Marriott Marquis in New York City, we were a big family. I was thrilled with how knowledgeable my professors and fellow classmates were in this field. We were able to travel together on flights, trains, … More SABR 2930: Model United Nations 2012 (Part 3)