You are in that boring class and can’t seem to focus. You look at your phone every minute and think it should be against the federal law to have such a soporific teacher. Without realizing it, you fall asleep and suddenly wake up as the class bursts into laughter. You missed the joke!
By Randi Beck I grew up in a small town listening to strictly country music. My mom liked it, my dad, my sister, everyone liked country music where I’m from. However, I was a fan of anything and everything. When I got my license and was able to drive around alone, my favorite thing was […]
Story by Dawn Wheeler MVC course: Humanities I (My name is Dawn Wheeler. My life is a balancing act of being a wife, mother of two, work, and school. Mary Slater assigned this Imagination Paper in her Humanities I class. I took the class online as part of my core requirements. Humanities I was not […]
To step into the new Morris Gallery of Contemporary Art in the MVC Technology building to admire the 100 painting by Margaret Owens feels like walking on the grass, bare-foot during spring. Fresh, energetic, free and warm, the exhibit could be used as Margaret Owen’s self-portrait. From Providence, R.I., she is the first artist […]
Commentary by Jacob Coleman In most situations, the idea of having a child out of wedlock is looked down upon. It brings confusion within family that can make or break relationships. On July 18, 2012, my life would change forever when my love, my world, my daughter, Ziya Amore Coleman, was born. I can […]