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What It Takes to Be a Juggler

November 10, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
The performance arts are a thriving sector in today’s world and have been since the beginning of time. While music, dance, theatre, and visual arts are the usual suspects in this crowd, there is another face of visual/ physical art which sometimes becomes forgotten and taken for granted: Circus.…
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Newly Hatched Baby Turtle Sighting

November 7, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
EDITOR'S NOTE: The freshmen West Teaching Scholars took a Teambuilding Retreat to Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach during fall break. While on the boat going toward our Eco cruise destination to Masonboro Island, an island sanctuary in Wrightsville Beach, NC, our tour guide, Captain Joe Abbatte,…
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Teaching Scholars Teambuilding Retreat

November 6, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
Freshmen West Scholars went on a teambuilding retreat to Wilmington/Wrightsville Beach during part of fall break.  Scholars were led in several teambuilding exercises by Dr. Rhonda Truitt, Director of the Academy for Teaching and Dr. Karen Lucas, Assistant Director.   Students discussed the West…
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Scavenger Hunts in Wilmington

November 6, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
Freshmen West Teaching Scholars participated in scavenger hunts during their Teambuilding retreat to Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach during fall break. Details from each hunt are below: Scavenger Hunt A This group walked throughout downtown Wilmington and encountered many locally owned…
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Visiting the Wilmington Railroad Museum

November 6, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
Upon arriving in Historic Wilmington, the freshman West Teaching Scholars cohort visited various historical places of interest. One of those places was the Wilmington Railroad Museum, located on Nutt Street. The railroad museum is located inside of a freight house once belonging to the Atlantic…
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