Vital Signs: Fighting off the flu season

December 3, 2019 Camille Furst 0

Let’s face it — even if we don’t want it to be, it’s flu season. As college students, we most certainly do not want to catch ourselves with a box of tissues in one hand and medicine in the other. To give your immune system an extra boost, here are three health-happy foods to finish off the semester strong. […]

SFB tables events pending investigation

December 2, 2019 Camille Furst 0

The Student Finance Board began its Nov. 20 meeting in the Brower Student Center Room 104 as usual. However, the board ended up tabling all events pending an in-depth review of their finances and actions in relation to its constitution. […]

Students should find joy in learning

September 5, 2019 Camille Furst 0

One of the most difficult challenges I had to overcome was my predisposition that whatever a student learns in college, there must be an end goal; a firm reason for each class you take and how it will benefit you in acquiring the “dream” job, as well as having the idyllic career so many yearn for. […]

Alumni share religious testimonies in Brower Student Center

April 25, 2019 Camille Furst 0

Herve was always “that guy.” As a former student at the College for two years, Herve Borgella said he was doing everything he wanted to do — from drinking and smoking to making money selling drugs.
“People knew me as the frat kid, the frat boy, the drug dealer,” he said. “But God redeemed me.” […]

College launches statewide PR campaign

April 16, 2019 Camille Furst 0

The two-letter word has been used countless times on hats, banners and in many advertisements promoting the inclusivity the College has been striving for throughout this past year. Now, the College’s “Hi” campaign has been promoted both on and off campus since the College officially launched its new public relations campaign earlier this month. […]

First-generation student receives acceptance to the College

March 25, 2019 Camille Furst 0

Tears welled up in his eyes as he learned of his acceptance to his dream school. The College’s big envelope and blue and gold pennant awaited him with a surprise in the principal’s office of his high school. Through illness in the family, his mom’s loss of employment and eventual homelessness, his acceptance letter unfolded a story of victory amidst his life’s challenges. […]

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