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4 Clever Tricks to Making Friends on Campus

Campus Friends

Congratulations, you’ve made it to college. It’s a brave new world and it’s probably just a little intimidating. You’ve gone from the top of the totem pole, to being a tadpole in a pond full of bullfrogs, don’t worry all tadpoles grow into frogs.   413 more words


Chapter meeting TOMORROW (July 18) and email issue

WMU-AAUP Chapter Meeting | 1:30-3:30 p.m. | 157-159 Bernhard Center

As you may be aware, WMU-AAUP emails are being blocked as spam by WMU’s network provider, Merit Network, which for the past week has made it impossible for us to communicate electronically with the faculty in the usual way. 741 more words

News And Updates

Manhattanville College Welcomes the Class of 2018

Without students’ hurried steps to classes, college campuses often seem strangely quiet during the summer. However, Manhattanville College recently enjoyed a lively visit from many special guests. 638 more words

Manhattanville College

- Join the Conversation

Washtenaw Community College hosts a diverse population with varied and valuable life experiences. We want to use our roles as ambassadors to bring these voices together, both on this blog site and through student-organized gatherings on campus. 486 more words

Campus Events

Start Smart at Mohawk College

This has been a great summer; the weather has been perfect. I am sure that most of you are not thinking about the upcoming school year quite yet but, it will come faster than you think. 117 more words

Summer Session Collaboration Between Alumni Relations Office and Communications Students

For college students, summertime is a much needed break from a stressful school year. Nevertheless, many Manhattanville undergraduates decide to opt out of sunny beaches and enroll in a variety of summer classes offered by the College in order to speed up their studies or simply to immerse in an intellectually engaging subject. 533 more words

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Finding Something to Fill That Saturday Night Void: Arts at LSU

 Emily is a junior majoring in English from Metairie, LA. She was heavily involved in theatre throughout her elementary and high school years, but she now mostly opts for a seat in the audience. 703 more words

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