A photo series I did for my photojournalism class in 2018. This series focuses on students acting like adults with a childish twist. The concept is to describe the in-between stage of life for most college students. They are not yet adults, but they are no longer children. So what are they?
Spring break is just around the corner, and for some that means the chance to go on a road trip. If you’re going to be in the car for any length of time, then you’ll want to check out these tips. Plan ahead. Look at a map ahead of time to view your route. Find… Continue reading Roadtrips made fun: Things to do on your long drive
The recent PG-13 film Split made a grand entrance to theaters Jan. 20. Split is a psychological horror film written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. This two-hour thriller keeps the audience on the edge of their seats as they wait to see how the story will progress. A quick fun fact is that at… Continue reading Are you Split about seeing this movie?
One main question someone asks themselves when looking for a pet is: should I adopt from a shelter or buy from a breeder? There are pros and cons to both sides, but I believe that adopting from the shelter is the best way to go once you are prepared and ready to dedicate your time… Continue reading Adopting a furry friend – tips and tricks
Barry Elkins entered UMHB as a freshman in 1992 and graduated with a Physical Education major and a biology minor in 1997. He received his teaching certificate from the university and went on to teach biology in public school while coaching soccer. While at UMHB, Elkins played soccer from 1992-1995 as no. 15 and tennis… Continue reading Where are they now- Barry Elkins