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Have an hour or two to enjoy free food, live music, and door prizes while making your opinion known on how we can build a better community? On Thursday, March 14 from 5:45-8:00pm, an event will take place in the… (Read more →)
When I returned to school my main priority was finishing my Bachelor’s degree. To finally have completed a four-year degree was a point of pride. I had done well in my career, up to a point, but without a… (Read more →)
Managing crisis is a little different when you are a non-traditional student. As much as we would like it to, life doesn’t stop for the two-four years we attend classes. Going back to school involves transition and balancing a number… (Read more →)
I have always wanted to go abroad. The farthest outside the US I have been was Toronto, and that was in the seventh grade. Even so, I’ve always had the “writer’s dream” of being a Hemingway-esque ex-pat drinking, smoking and… (Read more →)
In my last two semesters I have seen the same embarrassing thing happen to both students and professors countless times, and this first week back, it came very close to happening to me.
The embarrassing situation? Your laptop screen is… (Read more →)
Non-trads are usually really good at compartmentalizing school, work, and family. But sometimes, they overlap. Here are some things to do when the family overlaps with your time on campus.