Old-school, new-school: Paul McAndrew ’10, ’15 M.A.
Jun06

Old-school, new-school: Paul McAndrew ’10, ’15 M.A.

There is something about role-playing that drives a message home. Many students seem to comprehend a lesson better with visuals and what’s more visual than your teacher and classmates dressing up as medieval gladiators? This is the life of a student in Paul McAndrew’s World History class at Roman Catholic High School in Philadelphia. “One of the main reasons why there were gladiator fights,” McAndrew commented, “was to distract the...

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Melanie Dudley Earns “Best Paper” Award
Apr28

Melanie Dudley Earns “Best Paper” Award

Wilmington, Delaware resident Melanie Dudley, a senior at Immaculata University, earned “Best Paper on American History, 1865-1920” at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference held recently at Shippensburg University.  Dudley’s research topic was “Women’s Employment in Philadelphia Department Stores, 1870-1920.” “I am so proud of Melanie, as a scholar and as a person,” commented Sarah Trembanis, Ph.D., associate professor of History at...

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