The students who have preceded you have reported that entering our classroom is like entering a strange world where everything you thought you knew is put to question. They say that the first sign of strangeness is the bathroom rule, the one where you’re not allowed to ask permission; you.
We sat down with Mr. McAteer to find out a little more about who he is and how he does what he does. Why don’t you start by just giving us the quick bio. Sure. I earned my BA in political science and MA in education from Fairfield University. After.
You’re tired. You finally had a weekend where there wasn’t much you had to do, and the invisible forces that exist to remind you that time is a manipulable concept and not a fact stole from you an hour of sleep. That’s messed up. But because I care, and because.
By now, you’re probably all familiar with the image I’ve painted of myself at my Google party. There I am, with all my invitations (sans RSVP) distributed to all my so-called friends, standing slightly off to the side of the window that lets me see the road from the living.
First-year journalism student Rashid Reporter finds himself in a predicament familiar to almost anyone who has done the research for his first story and finds himself seated in front of a computer screen: how do I begin? For Rashid, and others like him, the frenzy of a new school year.