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President's Blog

(The President's Blog)

April 22, 2014
There is no shortage of commentary regarding the problems of higher education. Too often, however, the wrong people are in the conversation. It’s a waste of time to attempt to convince people of the righteousness of your position if the people to whom you are speaking already agree with you – and if your arguments aren’t precise [more]
Diary of a Happy Hawk

(Lindsey Class of 2015)

Jamaica and the Beginning of the Semester!

February 10th, 2014

Before leaving for Jamaica, I was convinced that upon my return the states I would easily be able to explain what the trip was like. Upon arrival, I still felt the same, as the four-hour flight had turned into a three-day adventure. But upon my return to the states, I was instantly faced with the [more]

The D.C. Report

(Chris Class of 2014)

We Will Always Be “Boston Strong”

April 15th, 2014

April 15th, 2013 was a tough day for people all across the country. The bombings that took place in Boston hit home for those of us from the New England area. I am not from Boston or Massachusetts, but the event touched me in a way that I could never [more]


(RWU OnTheGo)

Spring is here?

March 31st, 2014

Well, while the calendar shows that spring has sprung, we really aren’t seeing it…are we? But as the flowers bloom and weather gets warmer we will be in for a real treat. High school seniors will be attending prom, throwing their hats up at graduation and deciding what to do once high school has come [more]

Nicholle in the News

(Class of 2014)


April 21st, 2014

I’m so sorry it has been so long since I’ve posted. I have been so busy! Trust me, everyone thinks graduating seniors get lazy and start to slack off, but nope. Here at Roger, the work is still piling up and I plan on finishing strong! It’s springtime! I hesitated typing that because in New [more]

Campus Central

(RWU Admission's Tour Guides)

Winter Class… in California!

March 11th, 2014

Wow, what an incredible break! Going home was full of fun family time that almost every college student looks forward to, especially after some stressful schoolwork. However, every college student learns that being home gets boring after a little while — let me tell you about a course I just [more]