Wednesday, July 23, 2014

‘Do-not-bury-me’ sign intrigues student

Posted by Prof. Smith On November - 10 - 2012


Senior Holly N. Brown has some fun at the construction site of the 96,500-square-foot Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine school on U.S. 421, a quarter-mile west of Campbell’s Buies Creek campus. Brown and students from the Department of Communication Studies program reported on the building as part of an assignment for a Converged Media writing assignment. Students in the class tell stories using portable equipment and post the work on personal blogs. Construction project superintendent Dale McKay told students that the DO school is expected to be completed by May 2013,with classes set to begin the following fall. Brown is scheduled to graduate in May and she hopes to help a professional football team with its public relations efforts.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Issue 12 of The Campbell Times

Issue 12 of The Campbell Times  

Issue 11 of The Campbell Times

Issue 11 of The Campbell Times     issuu.com/thecampbelltimes/docs/claudia_mundy?e=6065642/7310762

Five Questions with Needtobreathe’s Seth Bolt

Multi-talented Needtobreathe member Seth Bolt, who plays bass and mandolin, founded Plantation Studios when he was 16. He co-wrote a [...]

Sun causes students to bare skin

With the temperature rising, students are taking to the lawns to lay-out and suntan. Freshman Charlotte Rockwell said, “Stars and [...]

TAG CLOUD

POPULAR