Most college students take advantage of their free time by watching Netflix, heading to happy hour, or taking a well-deserved nap. Not many can say that they design their own t-shirts and run a successful online shop in the time that they have between classes and schoolwork. Not many, that is, except for Jerry Salvatore.
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When you fall in love with a television show, falling in love with the characters and their relationships is almost inevitable. In fact, many people like to personally connect themselves to their favorite shows by comparing their own real life friendships with the ones that are depicted on screen.
Hans Christian Andersen once said, “To travel is to live” and before I spent a semester living and taking classes in London, England in the Fall of 2014, I hadn’t understood the truth behind his words.
The Hidden Benefits of Waiting Tables and Working in Retail
When it comes to making a living, most college students end up either behind the register somewhere in the local mall or serving food to hungry customers at a restaurant. With flexible hours and a half-decent salary, customer service jobs are an easy way to make some extra money during the summer months and even on weekends during the school year. But is that all that these kinds of jobs are good for?
After almost 40 years of service, Aramark will be replaced by Gourmet Dining, LLC as the University’s new food service provider on or before July 1, 2015. Improvements to all dining facilities on campus are expected to be completed over the course of the next 18 months.
Twelve people working for satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were shot and killed in Paris, France by two Islamic extremists who sought revenge for the magazine’s depiction of the Prophet Muhammad on Wednesday, Jan. 7, sending waves of shock and fear throughout all of Europe and other parts of the world. In light of these recent events, the number of students looking to study abroad may begin to decrease.
The entrepreneurship class of the Leon Hess Business School is currently in the process of creating a book that showcases various restaurants and wineries across the state of NJ titled, “Enjoy: A Taste of New Jersey.”
Two Business Professors Begin Production on Their Second Book
Two professors of the Leon Hess Business School published a critically acclaimed book in 2009 titled, “The Provocative Joan Robinson: The Making of a Cambridge Economist” and are currently working on the manuscript of a second book, set to be published around the start of 2015.
Alpha Epsilon Delta, the Pre-Professional Health Honor Society, raised over $200 for the Kortney Rose Foundation during the third annual Kiss Brain Cancer Goodbye Fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 28 in the Rebecca Stafford Student Center (RSSC).
Alpha Phi Sigma, the University’s Criminal Justice Honor Society, hosted their third annual “Paws for a Cause” fundraiser to raise money for bulletproof vests for the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit on Wednesday, Feb. 19.