It’s a new semester, and you know what that means…the return of Audrey’s Corner!
Established in 2018 in honor of Audrey Niblo, Audrey’s Corner endeavors to emulate the positive personality and passions of Audrey. These include topics like kindness, ice cream and pets, but also topics such as bullying, stress, mental health and other challenges which affect our community (inside and outside of SHU) and which we must address in order to work together to find solutions.
Audrey’s Corner welcomes works from students, faculty, staff and clubs, to name a few. We are a very open and welcoming section that is always looking for new ideas and contributors! In the past, contributing writers, artists and photographers have submitted journalistic articles, conducted interviews, collaborated with clubs and organizations, published creative works and taken serene photos.
This semester, we have some exciting pieces planned, so be sure to keep an eye out for Audrey’s Corner each week! Some works to look for in particular are interviews with the new staff at the Counseling Center and a piece on happiness. As always, we will continue to promote kindness on campus and in the general community, and we will continue to remember Audrey through a variety of articles.
While the fall semester was certainly an unusual one, and this semester will continue to be a bit different than in the past, we look toward a promising future and hope that Audrey’s Corner can provide a bit of light in dark times, just as Audrey was an optimistic light for those around her.
To read more about Audrey’s Corner or to view past articles, check out our page on The Spectrum website: https://www.shuspectrum.com/archives/category/audreys-corn/.
Want to contribute to Audrey’s Corner or know someone who’s interested? Email Jill Amari, Manager of Audrey’s Corner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.