“It was totally worth it. All that hard work paid off,” student Selena Luna said about a recent trip to Tennessee taken by 20 Upward Bound students as a... Read More →
Ah, Obamacare. A topic of great sound and fury.
To the everlasting surprise of many, myself included, the Supreme Court recently decided to uphold the law in its entirety.... Read More →
For those people out there like me who are “Magic the Gathering” nerds, welcome to the 2013 Core set. For anyone who plays “Magic the Gathering,” the expansions are... Read More →
While enrollment for the fall is predicted to be down slightly compared to previous years, those numbers are due to changing trends more than a sudden drop in enrollment... Read More →
On this, the day of my triumphant escape from my mother’s womb, I’ve decided to mellow out a bit on the ranting, and share a thought with y’all. Nothing wild... Read More →
Students planning to take fall classes should enroll now to avoid the rush said Admissions Adviser David Orsburn.
“If you wait ’til the last minute, when classes are about... Read More →
Students who aren’t sure of what they want out of their degree might consider attending this fall’s section of PSY-1001, “Career Exploration.”
“It is a bit like the... Read More →
Perhaps the best thing about concurrent enrollment — taking college classes while still in high school — is getting affordable college credit, said Nhi Nguyen, computer science major.
Admissions... Read More →
As media proliferates — spawning not only new channels, radios stations, and publications, but new ways of producing shows and audio broadcasts, and text media — it seems strange... Read More →
The recently approved college budget for Fiscal Year 2013 has generated mixed feelings among faculty and staff, despite including allocations for raises for the first time in four years.... Read More →