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Fifteen Louisiana Tech journalism students were sitting in Keeny Hall Room 146

waiting for their instructor to come to their 9:30 a.m. journalism class. A student named Rufus

L. Kazelskis, 20, Farmerville, entered the classroom smoking a cigarette. Another student

Henrietta Philips, 21, Baton Rouge informed Kazelskis that smoking was not allowed in the

classroom. Kazelskis then tossed the cigarette into the trashcan and the bell rang for class to begin.

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Christian, 29, a professor of Journalism at Louisiana Tech, who also

lives in Ruston, entered the classroom and began praising her all of her students for making all

100s' on its 97th AP quiz of the quarter. Student Hazelanne Badelorfski, Bernice, yelled "Fire."

The trash can had caught on fire and the entire classroom filled up with smoke. Christian tried to

get students out of the classroom while the fire spread throughout the room.
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Hi,

Can you please help me understand what I have 2 do.


You have to write a story based on the given information, most of which is illegible to me.

Clive

Sorry I know that the articles are hard to read, I have posted it to the following links

part 2

Fifteen Louisiana Tech journalism students were sitting in Keeny Hall Room 146

waiting for their instructor to come to their 9:30 a.m. journalism class. A student named Rufus

L. Kazelskis, 20, Farmerville, entered the classroom smoking a cigarette. Another student

Henrietta Philips, 21, Baton Rouge informed Kazelskis that smoking was not allowed in the

classroom. Kazelskis then tossed the cigarette into the trashcan and the bell rang for class to

begin.

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Christian, 29, a professor of Journalism at Louisiana Tech, who also

lives in Ruston, entered the classroom and began praising her all of her students for making all

100s' on its 97th AP quiz of the quarter. Student Hazelanne Badelorfski, Bernice, yelled "Fire."

The trash can had caught on fire and the entire classroom filled up with smoke. Christian tried to

get students out of the classroom while the fire spread throughout the room injuring Kazelskis,

Badelorfski, Philips, and Christian. All three students escaped the fire but suffered smoke

inhalation. They were taken to North Louisiana Medical Center where they were treated and

released. Christian apparently was overcome by smoke and passed out. She died from smoke

inhalation.

"We were sitting in class when I noticed the fire. When everyone saw the blaze all of us

began to scream, except for Dr. Christian. She urged us to remain calm and ushered us out of the

room. She was wonderful. She stayed behind to make sure we all got out but then she didn't

come out. She died to save us. I've never seen anything so horrible. She was the best professor I
ever had." Badelorfski said.
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Louisiana Tech's Journalism Department suffers a devastating loss

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Christian, 29, a professor of Journalism at Louisiana Tech , who also

lived in Ruston, died from smoke inhalation after a trashcan in her class caught on fire.

President of Louisiana Tech, Dr. Dan Reneau, said the following about Christian's death.

"We are all saddened at this loss. Christian was a valuable asset to the university

community, to Ruston and to Louisiana. We will honor her memory as best we can. This is the

first time anyone has died on the Tech campus since the school was founded in 1894. We will

hold a memorial service for Christian at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Howard Auditorium." Reneau said.

Before her arrival, fifteen Louisiana Tech journalism students were sitting in Keeny Hall

Room 146 waiting for her to come to their 9:30 a.m. journalism class. A student named Rufus

L. Kazelskis, 20, of Farmerville, entered the classroom smoking a cigarette. Another student

Henrietta Philips, 21, of Baton Rouge informed Kazelskis that smoking was not allowed in the

classroom. Kazelskis then tossed the cigarette into the trashcan and the bell rang for class to

begin. Christian entered her classroom and was praising her class for making 100s' on its 97th AP

quiz of the quarter when suddenly student Hazelanne Badelorfski, of Bernice, yelled "Fire."

The trash can had caught on fire and the entire classroom filled up with smoke. Christian tried to

get students out of the classroom while the fire spread throughout the room.

"We were sitting in class when I noticed the fire. When everyone saw the blaze all of us

began to scream, except for Dr. Christian. She urged us to remain calm and ushered us out of the

room. She was wonderful. She stayed behind to make sure we all got out but then she didn't

come out. She died to save us. I've never seen anything so horrible. She was the best professor I

ever had." Badelorfski said.

At 9:50 a.m., the Fire Department arrived and put out the fire. Kazelskis, Badelorfski, and

Philips were injured, all three students escaped the fire, but suffered smoke inhalation. They

were taken to North Louisiana Medical Center where they were treated and released.

Christian is survived by her husband, Lance, and by five children. Her funeral will be

held at five p.m. Sunday at Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Ruston. In lieu of flowers, the

family asks that memorials be made to the American Rutabaga Society of Monroe.
Hi,

Why are you posting all this? Do you have a question that you want to ask us?

Clive
Any grammar or punctuation mistakes in the last post?
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Hi,

I still don't quite understand. What parts of this did you write, and what patrts were in the material that was supplied to you by your techer?

Clive
I wrote everything, the pictures is the assignment.

Did you get the links I sent you?

And I revised what I orginally wrote and it is the last post. I was trying to get the gramamr or punctuation mistakes highlighted
Hi,

Louisiana Tech's Journalism Department suffers a devastating loss

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Christian, 29, a professor of Journalism at Louisiana Tech , who also

lived in Ruston, died from smoke inhalation after a trashcan in her class caught on fire.

President of Louisiana Tech, Dr. Dan Reneau, said the following about Christian's death.

"We are all saddened at this loss. Christian was a valuable asset to the university

community, to Ruston and to Louisiana. We will honor her memory as best we can. This is the

first time anyone has died on the Tech campus since the school was founded in 1894. We will

hold a memorial service for Christian at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Howard Auditorium." Reneau said.

Before her arrival, fifteen Louisiana Tech journalism students were sitting in Keeny Hall

Room 146 waiting for her to come to their 9:30 a.m. journalism class. A student named Rufus

L. Kazelskis, 20, of Farmerville, entered the classroom smoking a cigarette. Another student

Henrietta Philips, 21, of Baton Rouge informed Kazelskis that smoking was not allowed in the

classroom. Kazelskis then tossed the cigarette into the trashcan and the bell rang for class to

begin. Christian entered her classroom and was praising her class for making 100s' on its 97th AP

quiz of the quarter when suddenly student Hazelanne Badelorfski, of Bernice, yelled "Fire."

The trash can had caught on fire and the entire classroom filled up with smoke. Christian tried to

get students out of the classroom while the fire spread throughout the room.

"We were sitting in class when I noticed the fire. When everyone saw the blaze all of us

began to scream, except for Dr. Christian. She urged us to remain calm and ushered us out of the

room. She was wonderful. She stayed behind to make sure we all got out but then she didn't

come out. She died to save us. I've never seen anything so horrible. She was the best professor I

ever had." Badelorfski said.

At 9:50 a.m., the Fire Department arrived and put out the fire. Kazelskis, Badelorfski, and

Philips were injured, all three students escaped the fire, but suffered smoke inhalation. They

were taken to North Louisiana Medical Center where they were treated and released.

Christian is survived by her husband, Lance, and by five children. Her funeral will be

held at five p.m. Sunday at Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Ruston. In lieu of flowers, the

family asks that memorials be made to the American Rutabaga Society of Monroe.
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