All-Girls’ School Continued V4hal ibinte I 4o nvf par«ni5 Ihinic I 4o “titiile Ihiofc I 4o , *- ‘'■j' -j;.',«J 1.-. ^ ^ i*''v' ■ * - V'ihat Feate tliinK I 4o V^hat I Ibiotc I 4o V^liai t r*aH^ 4o k--# ■ - . t r*alli 4o image via Positive Responses: — “Very pretty and I like how things are close there. There’s a sense of community.” -Liz, i8, NC State student, in a German class — “Good quality school. It leaves a positive im pression on me.” -Rick, 52, Avent Ferry Shop ping Center — “I love Meredith.” -Beth, 48, writer at Ridge Road Shopping Center — “I’ve had a couple of friends who went there. They loved it.” -Megan, 24, LOFT sales clerk — “I know they have a lot of traditions that are specific to the school. And it’s a small school, so you get personalized attention there.” -Renae, 25, student at YMCA Negative Responses: — “Girls you see at low end bars trying to as sociate with State guys. They don’t know what they’re doing, trying to be classy going for trashy guys.” -Stuart, 21, NC State Student, drinking at Mitch’s Tavern — “All the girls there are either snobby or lesbi ans. I’m not a fan.” -Ben, 20, NC State 21, taking cardboard boxes to the dump — “So, it’s like an all-girls right, yeah? Kind of weird.” -Sergio, 21, exchange student at ASU, waiting at the Wilmington Street bus stop — “There are too many girls. Haha. It seems like a reputable university. It’s well landscaped.” -Angier, 26, designer walking on Hillsborough Street Editors’ Picks: —“I always think that the soccer field could be used as a football field. Just put in some goal posts, and there you have it.” -Robbie, 26, Avent Ferry Shopping Center —“Women.” -Albert, 25, server, at Tir Na Nog — “I just thought of blossoms of some reason." -Colin, 21, business student at UNC, on Franklin Street — “Ah, it has been a while since I have heard about Meredith.” - Paul, 44, banker, working out at Cross Fit gym. — “(Chuckle) I appeciate your use of‘college’ instead of‘university’ like the fools at William Peace University.’’- Andrew, 22, drinking at Player’s Retreat — “It’s really grown a lot. I don’t recognize the campus anymore.” -Tom, 40, network adminis trator getting coffee at Starbucks — “Frustrated, in every sense of the word.’’ -Brodie, 21, Horticul- turalist, at Local Beer Local Band at Tir Na Nog — “I know it’s an all girls-school. In fact, I should go on campus more often.” -Austin, 21, taking cardboard boxes to the dump — “So, it’s like an all-girls right, yeah? Kind of weird.” -Sergio, 21, exchange student at ASU, waiting at the Wilmington Street bus stop — “It’s good, it’s good, I like it.’’ - Kim, 29, working at Bojangles on Western Boulevard Students Bring Dr. Suess to Life Elizabeth Guiles, Contributing Writer Hannah Thorton reading If I Ran A Zoo image via Michelle Cox On Friday, February loth, a group of Meredith students transformed the first floor of Joyner IJall into a Seussical world in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Dr. Kelly Roberts and Michelle Cox headed up the operation to raise money for the team going to Belize and invited children from all over Raleigh, North Carolina to come and enjoy the experience. Students led literacy and math centers, crafts, and snack time, all around different books written by Dr. Seuss, al lowing students to jump literally from story to story. From' The Cat in the Hat to Oh, The Places You’ll Go! to Green Eggs and Ham, children from ages three to twelve enjoyed a world entirely different from their ovm. The night was a sensation. Meredith students had just as much fun dress ing up and acting out Dr. Seuss books as the children had experiencing all there was to offer. All the proceeds raised from this event went to the team of Meredith students and faculty going to Belize and will be used to help build a playground. All who took part in bringing Dr. Seuss’ world to life look forward to next year, trusting the event will be an even greater success. Follow us on Twitter: @ meredithher aid Fan us on Facebook: The Meredith Herald Read us online: edithherald

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