Lead Sentence Practice 2
Who? Liberty University president
What? Changes in graduation requirements
When? Fall 2016
Where? Liberty University
How? Incoming students must take math, computer science and foreign language
Why? Because only 15 percent of students took foreign language and only 20 percent a math course
Due to low interest in some courses, Liberty University added the mandatory taking of one math, computer science and foreign language course to the graduation requirements for incoming students for fall 2016.
Who? Vanderbilt University’s homecoming queen, cheerleader and 22-year-old senior, daughter to attorney Jim Bensen
What? Was arrested for the third time in six months
Where? 211 Green Grove Drive
When? Tuesday night
How? While driving
Why? For driving under the influence of alcohol
Vanderbilt University senior, cheerleader, homecoming queen and straight-A student was arrested and given a DUI for the third time in six months on Tuesday night at 211 Green Grove Drive.
Who? 25 Christians, pastor and biology teacher
What? Group is going to speak to legislators
Where? The state capital
When? Monday February 29
How? The class at University of Toledo teaching evolution
Why? Evolution is against the principles of a Christian country
On Monday February 29 a group of 25 Christians will head to the state capital to speak with legislators about the University of Toledo teaching evolution and argue that it is against country principles.
Who? Woman, Amburn’s Produce Market
What? Suit filed on negligence for $100,000
Where? Circuit Court, 313 Journey Road
When? April 1
How? Woman slipped and broke her hip
Why? Because green beans were left on the floor
Amburn’s Produce Market was sued for negligence at Circuit Court for $100,000 by a woman due to health issues from an incident at the market April 1.
Who? President of Ambrose Steel Company and president of United Steelworkers Local 923
What? Strike has been called off and a substantial wage agreement has been made
When? Wednesday night
How? The company and union have reached a collective bargaining agreement
Why? Because if production at Ambrose would have stopped, 457 steelworkers would have been put off also
Ambrose Steel Company and the local steelworkers union presidents announced they reached an conclusion that led to Wednesday nights’ strike being canceled hours before it would take place.