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Author Archives: Brady Lowe
Interested in being an advocate for a cause that you support? Check out these four ways Globe University-La Crosse students use advocacy to make their voices heard. 1. Write Letters Is it difficult to advocate for causes that you feel … Continue reading
Globe University-La Crosse vet tech program students took Bob Barker’s advice and made local pets more adoptable in the university’s first Spay and Neuter Day. For this service-learning project, students collaborated with local animal shelters and put their skills to … Continue reading
College students avoid taking their writing courses for many of reasons, but the main reason I often hear is “I don’t like to write.” However, the biggest reason (which many students don’t like to admit) is that writing can be … Continue reading
Have you ever put your foot in your mouth, feeling embarrassed by something you said? Students at Globe University-La Crosse learned vocabulary and information that will prevent this from happening when it comes to the LGBT community. Understanding LGBT In … Continue reading
Being professional through the job search is very important. Showing up for your interview early, being polite with the front desk staff, presenting a positive attitude, and remembering to follow-up are all essential. But, according to Globe University-La Crosse Career … Continue reading
Do you think teachers sit around and work on their lesson plans and come up with new class activities during our summer vacations? Haha! Sorry to disappoint you, but Globe University-La Crosse instructors need to have a life outside of … Continue reading
It is 8:48 in the morning and the bell just rang for 2nd hour to begin. I wait for the high school students to get in their seats, get settled, and quiet down. I clear my throat and start to … Continue reading
Each era has it classiness, sassiness, and civil disobedient-ness which makes it idealized to a particular audience. Classics are something to which I feel an ingrained connection. There is something about watching “Casablanca,” reading “The Great Gatsby,” listening to jazz, … Continue reading
Acting Like Zombies Creates Stronger Writing Who is your speaker? Where are they from? Who was their first love? Are they a zombie? Many times writers create stock characters—people who are just plain ordinary. But veteran writers know readers need … Continue reading
Coming together with a passion to provide help to community members, and to find volunteer help, 14 La Crosse area organizations came to Globe University-La Crosse for the annual La Crosse Community Resource Fair. Help is Out There “The Resource … Continue reading