Best of 2011 Web Stories: 20 Questions
December 29, 2011 By Elizabeth Trollinger and Cindy Long
As 2011 draws to a close, we're taking a look back at the most popular web stories this year, based on analytics taken from the Centre homepage. Here are the top five 20 Questions with Centre faculty and staff (excluding 20 Questions with Associate Professor of History Amos Tubb, which was one of the most popular stories this year, despite being published in May of 2010):
1. 20 Questions with Rubin Mosley
Get to know Department of Public Safety Officer Rubin Mosley, whose dream vacation would be a trip to England.
2. 20 Questions with Jillian Gairing ’11
Get to know Admission Fellow Jillian Gairing ’11, whose favorite TV show is “How I Met Your Mother.”
3. 20 Questions with John Kinkade ’95
Get to know Assistant Professor of English John Kinkade ’95, whose favorite novel is “Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens.
4. 20 Questions with Mary Kay Jones
Get to know Publications/Web Assistant Mary Kay Jones, whose favorite album is Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours.”
5. 20 Questions with Laura Coleman Pritchard ’05
Get to know Media Relations Coordinator Laura Coleman Pritchard ’05, whose favorite food is her Aunt Hiawana’s macaroni and cheese.
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