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Dressing Up as Biblical Figure for Halloween Creepy?

I had hoped to be scared this Halloween by maybe taking a creepy clown up on his offer to hug me in what looks like a setting out of some… 194 more words

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Getting Trashed on the Loading Dock: SUST Students Conduct Waste Audit of RU's Chicago Campus

Last Thursday, October 17th, students in Professor Mike Bryson’s SUST 240 Waste & Consumption honors class gathered at Roosevelt’s Wabash Building loading dock instead of their regular classroom to poke through the trash. 578 more words

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Business Students Learn From SF 49ers Organization

The first week in October a group of Jewell Business marketing students, led by Professor Shelly McVay, utilized their WJC Journey Grants to travel to San Francisco to meet with executives of the San Francisco 49ers, tour the team’s facilities and attend the Sunday game against the Kansas City Chiefs.   40 more words

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Halloween College Parking Special: Warning, Sobriety Could Result

In the spirit of Halloween, mischief its obligatory companion, it is only suitable to note the labyrinthine ways of parking instructions on college campuses all across America. 926 more words

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Wheatley Students Create Bracelets for @ProjectSunshine as Part of the #DayofService

Project Sunshine is a nonprofit organization that provides free educational, recreational, and social programs to children and families living with medical challenges. (That is directly from their website!) On our 6th Annual Day of Service and Learning, more than three dozen students spent the day making bracelets in support of this terrific organization. 34 more words

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We Need to Teach Children How to Think, Not What to Think

In its ideal form, education should be socially progressive. We teach the next generation of scientists, engineers and medical researchers who will improve our quality of life: they will learn more about the world, build better and safer modes of transport, cure diseases and overcome scientific boundaries.

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