When and How to Take Advantage of the University’s Travel Opportunities
In today’s society of ever-increasing competition, studying abroad is becoming a popular option. This helps students learn about other cultures as well as more about themselves.
Anxieties About Finding a Job or Continuing School After Senior Year
In another month, the Class of 2014 will be off at commencement exercises. With this special day also comes the reality of being able to secure a job after graduation or even graduate school.
Country music has come to be very popular across campus recently, as it has been a hot topic throughout conversations and even club meetings.
Declaring Majors, Minors and More
In a few short weeks students will be picking their new classes for the 2014-2015 school year. For freshmen this is especially important because this also means transitioning to a new academic advisor and possibly changing or declaring a major.
It is almost time for a much needed break from school and for some, a fun get away with friends. But with an abundance of snow days putting classes behind on work and nine more weeks after break to cram in work, there is still a long way to go.
The Special Education field is rapidly expanding and so are the demands of the unique needs of the students. Mary Brennan, specialist professor in special education, knows that meeting these unique needs are critical, yet challenging at the same time. Students who take her course titled, “Assessment Approaches P-12” are offered a variety of undergraduate courses for students in the disabilities field.
In an ever-changing world of technology, websites such as Facebook and Twitter are becoming a popular medium for campus clubs and groups to communicate with each other. This is often done to remind members of monthly meetings and keep them updated on happenings in between them.
In recent years, slang terms that were once considered unacceptable have made their way into everyday vocabulary. Words and phrases like “googling” something are heard commonly everyday both in and out of the classroom.
The new semester means the time has come to start thinking about housing options for the next school year. Over the break students and their families received a lengthy packet in the mail about this process. Luckily, for rising sophomore students, things got a bit easier as they along with the incoming freshman class are also guaranteed housing for next year thanks to a new dorm that is set to open near the University library in September.
Winter break is coming, but before the much needed relaxation comes, the daunting task of taking and successfully passing final exams. These tests vary in format from covering the material at the end of a course, to projects, to covering an entire course. Formats also vary from multiple choice based tests to essays.