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JNU Then and JNU Now—Part 2

In this series, The Informer would be conversing with professors who were once students in this same university, and try to understand how the campus has evolved over the years, how the campus was then when they were students, and how they see it now as teachers. 1,615 more words

Arts And Culture

Success Story: Charles Guilhen Puylagarde

Charles Guilhen Puylagarde is a European Business School alumnus who originally came to Regent’s to complete his study abroad experience. Charles worked closely with the Careers and Business Relations team to secure a job at iProspect. 358 more words


Recent TCNJ Graduate Discusses Her Job In The Television Industry, Gives Crucial Tips

After graduating from The College of New Jersey in May 2015, Communication Studies major/Interactive Multimedia minor, and former executive station manager of Lions Television, Jaqueline Ilkowitz, landed a pretty awesome job at a pretty well-known company. 747 more words


Mass Comm Alumnus Retires after Illustrious Career in Navy Reserves

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville alumnus Chief Petty Officer Darryl G. Howlett Jr. recently retired from the United States Navy, concluding a career that took him around the world. 361 more words

Alumni of the Year nominations open through April 30

Are you or do you know a Metropolitan State University alumnus or alumna who has made a difference in his or her community? The deadline for the nominations for the  Alumni of the Year is April 30. 36 more words


Alumnus, alumna & alumni

Many people do not realise that the word ‘alumni’ is plural. The singular form for a male is ‘alumnus’ and female, ‘alumna’.

Benjamin Chew

I got two friends...one with a job one still in school

I apologize for the Kevin Gates theme but he’s the smartest dumb motherfucker ever.
Anywho, post grad living in a “college town” is kinda weird because you have one half of your friends that think life is awesome and then the other half of your friends wish they never would have gotten scammed into graduating. 325 more words