ESPN fired Hank Williams Jr. from its Monday Night Football program. That means no more of the iconic, motivating, get-your-blood-pumping song that asks us “Are you ready for some football?” The song has been synonymous with MNF since it aired on ABC and who couldn’t use some motivation on a Monday night? Well, no more.
Here in Davie you’ve got to get where you are going. But if you’re a commuter this means that one of the most simplistic of tasks, driving, can turn into a fight to the finish that your education may depend on.
K. Melyssa Murphy is Vice President of the Student Association in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences and is in the application process for the doctoral program in Child & Family Development at the University of Georgia. She is a single mother of two boys and says she is incredibly blessed. Murphy hopes to adopt a third child in the next four years from Ethiopia.
October is more than just “Halloween Month.” You can celebrate National Popcorn Poppin’ Month or give money to a great cause like domestic violence. However, there are 11 months in the year, so stayed tuned. Next month we’ll learn about November fun facts.
The length of time needed to complete program requirements depends on the student. However, a major requires more credits than a minor, but there may be overlapping courses between major and minor requirements that allow students to complete multiple programs more quickly.
Being someone else all the time is hard work. Often, some of the people who do it best aren’t noticed. They’re just so good at it that everyone thinks the characters they play is the real them. Well, here is my list of the most underrated actors today.
Suzanne Fer-riss, professor at Farquhar Col-lege of Arts and Sciences and faculty advisor for Digressions Literary Magazine, said, “I would recommend that students carefully review their work and select one or more of their best works — not all.”
So, don’t just know the name, or know that he “invented electricity.” Actually learn who this phenomenal man was and enjoy doing it. This exhibit is free to all and open to the public during the following hours: Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. In the words of Benjamin Franklin himself, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”
“It means everything. This is the epitome of what every athlete wants. You want to be remembered, you want to do something great and do it well enough to be remembered. I’m just so happy that I was able to do that, and be recognized for it,” said Rembe.
Samantha High, sophomore middle blocker, said, “We went into playing the Griffins blindsided, but we were able to manage to adjust and find open areas of the court as well as defend all of their attacks. Our defense was a key part of the game, [and] our offense played very well.”