Eleven Marylhurst students arrived in Rome last week. Led by Dr. Meg Roland, they will spend two weeks of September studying, traveling and exploring this magnificent, ancient city. Follow their travels and writings at their individual blogs: Amy Guyer: http://twoweeksinrome.wordpress.com Elizabeth Moscoso: http://spcgoestoroma.wordpress.com Carrie Padian: http://dolcepepita.wordpress.com Ken Schultz: priamusviator.wordpress.com Amy Webber: http://vitaeccitante.wordpress.com Nate Wilkerson: wilkersonnate.wordpress.com Jessica Zisa: http://avventurearoma.wordpress.com For a taste […]
by BreeAnna Bender
The year 2008 was a very difficult year for me and my young family. My husband was injured at work, which made me the sole provider for my family. In addition to raising my two young children and working full-time, I decided it was time to change my life. Only I didn’t know how.
I had always wanted a college education, but I felt it was out of my reach. My reality was filled with children, work and everyday life. How on earth was I going to find time to go back to school? As if someone was reading my mind, a commercial for Marylhurst University came on the television. It spoke of a university that catered to the needs of working-adult students who lead busy lives, but that wasn’t what made me jump on my computer as soon as the commercial was over.
They had a degree in English Literature and Writing.