Throughout the country, recent graduates are finding ways to set themselves apart from other students with the same major, grade point average or academic credentials. Work experience is important to any prospective candidate starting a career following college. The Davis …Read More »
Looking for love in only one place: Society turning inward on itself, sociology professor argues in new book
Rapid technological advances, heavy use of social media, an uncertain economy and more vaguely defined relationship roles are having the paradoxical effect of causing people to become increasingly self-absorbed, damaging the very community they seek to connect with, argues a …Read More »
For many people, the scariest part of Halloween is not a visit from ghouls, ghosts and goblins, but the temptation of candy bars, caramel apples and candy corn that is everywhere. In fact, it is hard not to find a …Read More »
Students in Sustainability worked side by side with students and parents from San Jose Episcopal Day School recently to jump-start The Giving Garden on the day school’s campus as part of the Green Apple Day of Service. The Center for …Read More »
Just getting into Delta Airlines’ highly selective summer internship program was a rigorous enough process for Aviation Operations and Management student Nathan Whittenton. Then there was the demanding 10-week program itself to complete.
Whittenton, of Jacksonville, took part in the …Read More »