Sometime last week, while in class, an office staff member came into the class room. She had two ladies with her. I thought "Oh boy, something exciting is about to happen!" The ladies said they are from the American Red Cross. They were asking to see who would be willing to donate blood at the blood drive that would be here at Daymar College on Wednesday May, 20th.
Hello my name is Brenda Smith. I am a college student at Daymar College and soon to be 60 years old. I have been out of school for 42 years. I never thought I would attend college, but I love taking classes at Daymar. I feel as if I am part of a family at Daymar. There has not been a time that I needed help in getting in the groove and someone there didn’t reach out to me and make me feel welcome.
Samantha Frazee came to Daymar College in Murfreesboro, a non-traditional student determined to shift the focus and direction of her life. She had been a stay-at-home mom since the age of 16. Although very proud of her 3 daughters and the time she was able to be at home with them, when her two older daughters ultimately went to college at MTSU, Samantha began to dream of mapping a different future for herself as well… she dared to believe it was “her time.” She had always wanted to work in the medical field sinc