Monday, May 21, 2012

Rugby Video

This video was produced as a class project at Roane State Community College in Harriman, Tennessee. The narrator is Fuzzy Orange, who readers have seen here before. Fuzzy is a life-long learner who is constantly exploring new horizons. He is a local native whose speech patterns recall earlier times in this region, but he also enjoys putting people on just a bit. The video markets Historic Rugby, so pay attention now!

(Sorry about having to put the link there, but Blogger and You Tube apparently are having a dispute and not talking to each other tonight.)

The State of Tennessee has a network of community colleges that covers the entire state. These two-year institutions are a cornerstone of our educational system, providing low-cost higher education near where the students live. They offer programs that ready students for careers not requiring a baccalaureate degree or the first two years toward a baccalaureate degree, which are transferable to all state four-year institutions. They also offer continuing education for non-degree students. Roane State is our regional institution, based in adjacent Roane County with satellite campuses in eight surrounding counties. No student living in the region is more than about 20 miles from a campus.

1 comment:

  1. those are cool videos. what a neat project.