About the site

WELCOME TO THE PORT OF EMBARKATION!

As each student faces the options of life, we stand on the embarkment of the horizon with new understandings. Here is a place to voice those understandings and set sail the words of a greater tomorrow.

This site was designed for the sole purpose of giving the students and/or staff of Cedar Valley College, a place to express their beliefs, thoughts and opinions on different topics. This is in hope to build a greater bond in campus life at CVC and provide a common area for all. This site is also designed to help build critical thinking processes  and creative writing skills.

There are always, of course, rules and regulations.

New topics will be put up once a week in each category.

PLEASE, use your best writing techniques and grammar.

PLEASE, leave your e-mail address or the post will not get a personal response from the editor or be considered for posting.

The editor will respond to ALL posts,  if a response is warranted.

PLEASE, do not use this site for personal ads, political agendas or religious promotion of affiliation.

We really do look forward to reading all your great comments!

So, get to writing!

Tamara Lee/Editor (Rhetorical Advocate)

Contributors and Sponsors:  Fernando Contreras (Liberal Arts Division)

Thanks To:   Reggie Lewis (Marketing for CVC)

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  1. May 6, 2010 at 6:09 pm

    May GOD Bless!!! Mark

  2. June 4, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    Oh my.
    lol
    I’m not a student. Ha ha… but I’ve been writing. Egads. I love your site!
    I hope it’s ok that I’m writing all over it.

    • June 5, 2010 at 4:30 am

      oh, please, continue to comment,…the students, so far, are not taking to the site…even with advertising and word of mouth. It is quite disappointing actually.

      🙂

  3. June 6, 2010 at 5:16 pm

    Oh good. lol I will continue then. I rather enjoy it here.

    See up there I wrote I’m not a student? Ha…I’m a student! Just not at your school. I’m a student in life, and I love to learn..but like many – I came to it later in life. And now you give the youngsters computers and cell phones and they don’t want to read as much, I find. It’s a shame.

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