Cynthia Lauren Moberly

Assistant Resident Director

Location icon United States of America

I'm a Junior English Education major at Asbury University currently working as the Assistant Resident Director of Kresge Hall. I write for The Collegian, Asbury's student newspaper, and have published poetry in our bi-annual publication, The Asbury Review. I have done freelance editing for college friends and have written some short fiction (though it's not necessarily my thing!) My portfolio is currently in the works as not all of my work is online. Below you can read some of the news articles I have done.

Asbury Collegian
Winter Access A Successful Weekend

By Cynthia Moberly, Staff Writer Last Thursday and Friday, 113 prospective students and their families flooded campus for what one might say was the most successful Winter ACCESS event thus far. Two-hundred reserved Chapel seats, Caf plates littering the Gray Room at lunch and many, many milkshakes from the HICCUP later, high-school students went home after an experience at Asbury which was much different than a typical visit.

Asbury Collegian
Z.T.'s Bistro Celebrates Grand Opening with a Ball

By Cynthia Moberly, Staff Writer With the long-anticipated grand re-opening of the renovated Grille, newly christened the Z.T. Bistro, came a classy event to introduce students to the food and the atmosphere. The Bistro Ball was a partnership between the Student Activities Board (SAB) and Student Governance Association (SGA).

Asbury Collegian
Asbury enrollment on the rise, highest ever

By Cynthia Moberly Contributing Writer Breaking the 1,800 threshold for the first time in school history, Asbury's total number of enrolled students currently stands at 1,857. Although part of this progression stems from the growing Graduate and Adult Professional Studies programs, the traditional undergraduate program has seen a great deal of prosperity.

Asbury Collegian
Successful Scholarship weekend

By Cynthia Moberly, Staff Writer The Asbury University Scholarship Competitions, one of which was held this past weekend, are events for high school students who qualify to compete for top merit scholarships. In addition to competing for scholarships, students have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the academic, spiritual and social life at Asbury while connecting with future classmates and professors.

Asbury Collegian
On-campus Events More Frequent

By Cynthia Moberly, Staff Writer At a tiny Christian college in a small town like Wilmore, it's easy to spend your weekend either locked up in your dorm room or in nearby cities such as Lexington.

Asbury Collegian
Holiness Emphasis Week: Naked and Unashamed

By Cynthia Moberly, Staff Writer Unlike the previous year, Holiness Emphasis Week 2015 allowed students to focus solely on one speaker, Dr. David Smith. Smith is the VP for Academic Affairs as well as a professor of Biblical Studies at Kingswood University.

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