Computer tutor impacts lives


The Internet is a primary form of communication for most people today. However some people, mainly senior citizens, have yet to learn how to use this technological medium, despite the growing dependency on Internet-based tasks, such as e-mail or online banking. This is where Whitney Coleman does her CSER. Coleman, …

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Making a difference 10 years later


When it opened in 1998, the Jubilee Family Development Center was designed to provide low-income youth and their families a constructive recreational and educational environment to enrich their lives. “We designed (it) to serve people in this area,” Jubilee executive director Sterling Wilder said. “We had to address the fact …

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From the heart: beyond the call of duty


Filing and inventory are seemingly insignificant tasks, yet someone has to do it. Kaitlin Royer spent 40 hours of her semester at LAUREL Regional School accomplishing behind-the-scenes work to benefit students with disabilities. LAUREL Regional School provides education for students with severe disabilities. Royer, a psychology major, has a passion …

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CSER changes a family’s life

Some names in this article have been changed to protect privacy. There are two kinds of students — those who never venture beyond Wards Road, and those who pursue Dr. Jerry Falwell’s vision to become salt and light soldiers in the Lynchburg community. Senior education major Aly Sievers, and the students …

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