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Edna Robinson left her home country with the hopes of finding new opportunities for herself and creating a bright future for her son.
Robinson was a native of Jamaica, a small island located in the West Indies, while she loved her country. She knew that there were not many ways for her to raise her son the way she wanted. She left her country and her family which included her son who had not reached his first birthday.
Once she left it took her five years before she was able to reunite with her son Patrick, who only knew her as a voice over the phone. When they met Patrick’s first words to his mother were “Hi mommy.”
The cholla is not the everyday cactus. It is the one reason why people wear heavy leather boots equipped with a steel shank to walk around a 120 degree desert. If their barbed needles aren’t removed from your skin they can work their way down to your muscles and in some cases they can even reach your heart.
“Don’t pet the cholla,” said Martin Roberge.
Roberge is a teacher at Towson University, he teaches geography, but specializes in the study of urban hydrology.
Roberge began his academic career as an undergraduate student at Binghamton University where he earned his bachelor’s degree. He then moved on to the University of South Carolina, before finally finishing his education at Arizona State University.
It was at Arizona State where he learned about the danger of the cholla cactus. During his tenure as a doctoral he would often take walks in the desert that was near the school’s Tempe, Az campus.
“He tried to make the class a personal experience, which is cool because there were almost 100 people in the class when I took it,” said Jessica Stevens, a former student of Roberge.
Stevens also said that Roberge made sure he knew the names of all of his students no matter how large the class is, which is why on the first day he takes every students picture and study’s them so that he can call students by their names in class.
“I appreciate the fact that he gives his students the best chance to do well, some teachers stick with a certain regiment that they are comfortable with, but may not give the students the best opportunity to perform well,” said Beth Hall, who also teaches geography at Towson.
He provides his students with a course outline in addition to the notes that he gives his students every class.Throughout the course of a semester Roberge gives his class 15 to 20 quizzes but only uses a student’s top 10 quiz scores when calculating his student’s semester grade.
Both Hall and Stevens agreed that he made the relatable to the students in ways that are practical as well as interesting to them. He uses local examples to teach students about topics such as urban hydrology.
For his Geography 101 classes he ends the semester by teaching them about the Chesapeake Bay, and how the concepts students learned throughout the semester apply to the bay.
Belvedere Ave., an old street looked at through an old sign.
A seldom used fire hydrant surrounded by shadows.
A battered tree, which has lost most of its leaves.
Looking down into a half-filled water bottle.
Empty trash cans, that should be filled with bags of leaves.
Handicap parking spaces always seem to be the last ones left.
Towson Family Weekend will be held at Towson University Oct. 14-16 and will feature family-oriented events for people of all ages.
Family weekend is an event held annually at Towson University. The main goal of this event is to make the families of students at the university familiar with the campus community, through a weekend of entertainment and activities.
Throughout the weekend, families will be able to attend events such as Friday Night Live and Towson’s version of “The Amazing Race.” Families will also be able to attend sporting events such as the men’s soccer game in which the Towson Tigers will take on the Old Dominion Monarchs. Families in attendace will also have a chace to get a look at Towson’s basketball teams before the season starts as they will be participating in the “Restore the Roar” program.
“My family said they’re coming to se me that weekend, and they really liked it last year so I think we’ll definetly check it out again this year,” said Towson student Zane Smith.
This event has much to offer with activities ranging from a planetarium show to a financial workshop for students and their parents. The festivities begin on Friday and continue through Sunday, most events are free unless listed with a ticket price.
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