Oxford University was home to some of the world’s greatest writers, and one local English educator got to be a part of this world.
Cedar Creek School Advance Placement English Teacher and English Department Head Barbara Glenn recently spent her summer attending an Advanced Placement seminar at the university to learn new ways to teach English.
A Ruston man wanted on several warrants was found hiding in an attic Thursday morning, which subsequently led the Ruston Police Department to arrested another suspect for accessory after the fact.
According to the arrest affidavit, Timothy Dewayne Rhone, 35, of 1405 Cardinal St., was wanted in connection to warrants issued for aggravated burglary, violation of a protective order, simple criminal damage to property, aggravated assault and aggravated second degree battery.
On Tuesday night, at the “Multicultural Fair,” put on by the English Language Services students at Louisiana Tech University and held at the Lincoln Parish Library Events Center, the global community shrunk, bringing parish residents and students from nine different countries together.
The decorum set the mood: different nation’s flags lined the walls, foods emitted spicy smells not easily recognized by the senses and the song “We are the World” was on repeat.
All this accompanied people as they jet set from table to table, country-to-country to learn about the world around them from displays the students made.