Student employment time sheets will be converted to an electronic time keeping system in the spring of 2014, according to Aimee Parks, Assistant Director of Human Resources for Student Employment.
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My phone buzzed and the little Facebook icon popped up in the corner of my screen that means “you have a new friend request!” I assumed it was someone I knew from class, or a distant relative who I met at a family barbeque. I opened the Facebook app on my smartphone to see who it was.
November is American Diabetes Month, which was created to raise awareness for the continuously growing disease, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
“Time goes too fast,” they said when I started high school. “Stop trying to grow up,” my parents told me the first time I stayed out too late. Looking back, I wish I had listened and embraced my youth, but at the time all I could think about was driving that old car just over the speed limit, or getting into that “R” rated movie. To be able to hand over my ID and say, “one ticket please,” with the confidence of a twenty-something professional career woman was the dream, and I thought I was living it.
The Arc of Monmouth is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to “improve the lives of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. This is accomplished through advocacy services and supports, cooperation with community partners and community education. The Arc of Monmouth also works to prevent the causes and effects of intellectual and developmental disabilities.”
The sexual assault awareness student group from Rutgers University visited Wilson Auditorium for the fifth consecutive year to share their SCREAM Theater performance on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 7 pm.
Google is a vast portal of information on everything from news to recipes to song lyrics and more. It is the simplest form of finding research, some would say, but does simple research mean quality content?
The University’s radio station,88.9 WMCX, hosted a 12 hour broadcast in honor of College Radio Day from 9 am to 9 pm on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The event featured student radio shows as well as live performances from local bands.
There is a big exam coming up in your toughest class and you didn’t understand the homework. Your professor’s office hours do not work with your heavy class schedule and this test counts for half of your grade. Before you decide to withdraw from the class, leaving your transcript with a big ‘W’ for the rest of your college career, be sure to make use of all of the available resources that the University offers. For example, visit the Tutoring and Writing Services located in the Center for Student Success on the lower level of the student center.
The University television station,Hawk TV, will be hosting a Rock ‘N Relief fundraiser outside of the Jules L. Plangere Center for Communication on Sept. 27 to benefit Habitat for Humanity.