LERRN Community Page of Wisdom and Shared Experience

Visit us here periodically for updates, to read student essays, and to find out about new projects and opportunities to get involved.

Dear Friends of LERRN, I hope this finds you healthy, safe and feeling peaceful amid the strange and difficult times we are experiencing. I would love to hear how you are coping and rising to meet the challenges before us, as individuals, families and communities.  As fate would have it, I was in Sacramento, California, when “shelter in place” orders were delivered, so here I continue to be.  Though I miss my family (all are
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Hi dear Jennifer, I’m writing this to show a small portion of what I’m experiencing during this Coronavirus crisis. I’ve been in home quarantine for over a month now. Three weeks under governmental lockdown. Since the beginning of the term, I’ve been continuing my university lessons online. Everything has its pros and cons. Of course staying at home, where you feel safe and are relaxed, is a good thing. Waking up every day and seeing
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For all people who have been helping us to continue our studies, I am very grateful for the numerous financial contributions you have made in support of my education.  Without your help, I may never have been able to complete my studies.  Your generosity and help have been an inspiration to me. Especially in this hard time, with all that is happening globally, you keep supporting us.  I believe you are good people with big
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This article was researched and written by LERRN student, Somi, from Iran.  LERRN is especially proud of our students’ ability to learn English as a second language while they develop their advanced composition skills.  We are proud to showcase their essays and articles in this blog! Due to the large number of refugees in Greece many NGOs have been formed. “Generation 2.0 for Rights, Equality & Diversity” (G2RED) plays a constructive role in helping refugees
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Dr. Peggy Manouka The first – and perhaps most important – interface for all students applying to Webster University Athens is Dr. Peggy Manouka.  With the confidence and grace of a true professional, multiple roles to fill at the Uni, and an easy smile, Peggy thoroughly embodies the Greek virtue of “philotimo” in her everyday interactions with the Webster Athens’ international student body.  Peggy has worked at Webster University since its beginning in Athens three
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