They fill a room with their dynamic presence. His sly smirk and her charismatic smile blend to create a welcoming, supportive atmosphere for anyone that they come across.
Fall has come, smashing everything in its path.
College began as a dream of escaping home, living life on my own terms and taking it by the horns.
Since 1949, May has been Mental Health Awareness Month. But, more often than not, mental health is something discussed in hushed tones and with shame and disbelief.
#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth The Internet is a wonderful place. From the answers to the latest problem set to the location of your next one-night-stand, anything you could want to know about is just a few clicks away. One of the most important resources that the Internet offers though, especially in light of the fact that May is […]
How was your day? Think about the question without visualizing anything; just listen. Hear the background drone of the construction on Sheridan, the conversations with your friends or the sizzling pans at Plex. Without using any images, you have walked through the memories of your day. The concept of “seeing” through sound may seem foreign, […]
“Take a look up. This is all German millwork,” Ben Nelson said, gesturing to the wood ceiling of the Game Room. “This is an absolute trade, and a craft that is very rarely practiced anymore.” The wooden panels lining the ceiling had been sent to Germany to be prepared. “This is all hand carved,” the […]
By Natalie Ser Whether it’s about a missing glove or someone selling a football ticket, the Free & For Sale Facebook page is always flooded with new posts and notifications. The group was started in April 2012 and since then has continually offered hundreds of exchanges and opportunities for students to save some money. The […]
By Nicole Bauke “Maximize learning opportunities. Find interests, niche areas now, before entering the workforce. Journalism is a dynamic, changing environment and having a reservoir of knowledge broadens your opportunities.” This is the advice Babar Taimoor, program director of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), wants to give aspiring journalists. Taimoor oversees projects like the […]
By Anthony Settipani The death of James Foley at the hands of ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), brought a brutal end to a life dedicated to capturing and conveying the realities of a world in conflict. Foley was, as President Obama remarked in his honor, “a journalist, a son, a brother and a friend.” He was […]