Phi Thetappa Honor Society Interview
It’s a cool spring after noon on Friday and Araria Campus has some lingering students, teachers and campus workers. Some have classes, meeting to attended, papers to write, or papers to grade. As I head to my interview with Mister William Ashcraft in the kings building on the 5th floor. I hear 60s rock music coming from his office, as I walk in he, is sitting behind is desk grading papers. A man over 50 years old standing about 5’6 foot tall. He wore a light blue shirt, that brought out his bright blue eyes, tucked into his tan kicky pants and dark brown shoes.
Mr. Bill, he likes to be called, is a professor at the Community College of Denver. The head director of the history department, an alumni of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and teaches about five classes. Off campus, he is getting his P.HD and attending …show more content…
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