By Hadassah Curry
College wasn’t often mentioned in Jeremy Linaburg’s home.
Linaburg is the first in his family to attend college, but an education wasn’t part of his family’s plans.
“No one in my family went to college because they went straight to the workforce” Linaburg said. “My family expects my sister and I to be just like them working right after high school.” Continue reading “First-generation students face unique challenges”
AB men’s soccer team warms up for a conditioning stint on Saturday, Jan. 20 in the Multi-Sports Performance Stadium. The team hopes to improve on last year’s 8-9-2 record. Photo by Agustin Sanchez.
By Agustin Sanchez
With snow still falling, thoughts of soccer may be far away for most of us. But for the Alderson Broaddus men’s soccer team, preparations for the new season have already begun.
With last fall’s early exit from the GMAC conference tournament behind them, coaches and players have high hopes for this year. Continue reading “Men’s soccer sets sights on GMAC finals, NCAA tourney”
If you thought My Cousin Vinny was a ‘90s comedy film, you’d be right. But for Alderson Broaddus communication major Hadassah Curry, my cousin Vinny is none other than Philadelphia Eagle’s defensive end, Vinny Curry. The newly-crowned Super Bowl champ is seen posing with Hadassah in this 2015 photo on the left. The photo on the right was taken shortly after the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. Photo credits: Daphne Vanderhorst.
Acrobatics and Tumbling make their first appearance of the year by showcasing their routine at the Alderson Broaddus men’s basketball game against Walsh on January 25. Photo by Talia Kotz.
By Hadassah Curry
A Brazilian recruit on the women’s swim team at Alderson Broaddus University is the program’s first swimmer from outside the United States. Continue reading “Brazilian native brings international flavor to women’s swim team”
By Ashley Sibisi
With 30 years of experience in higher education, Amy Mason can be considered to be a Swiss army knife because of her versatile skill set. She is an academic advisor, teaches a college transition course, and manages the ACES program on campus.
Helping students understand the correlation between academic goals and life goals is central to Mason`s work as an academic advisor. Continue reading “Academic handywoman is jack of all trades. Faculty spotlight: Amy Mason.”
By Hadassah Curry
Millions of deer are hit by cars in accidents. What happens to the dead body of the animal?
According to State Farm Newsroom, there are over 30 million deer in the United States and about 1.3 million deer accidents on the road each year. Continue reading “What happens to roadkill?”
Students, parents and faculty pictured above engaging in a Q&A session after the senior research symposium. Held on December 7, biology research students presented their extensive semester projects to a large and engaged audience. The annual event was the senior biology student’s last chance to showcase their biology expertise before going into the real world. Photo credit Ashley Sibisi.
By Adam Zirkelbach
The popular Christmas story and film, The Polar Express, has inspired a real life train ride to the north pole.
Continue reading “All aboard! Riders and volunteers enjoy Polar Express rail experience”
By Carli Whorton
Relaxing may seem like something you do after exams, but some students did just that during finals week. Continue reading “Spa day offers relief for stressed test-takers”