IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa students will have the chance to question the second candidate to become the school’s president Friday.
Michael Bernstein will take part in a public forum and tour the campus Friday afternoon. 60 more words
Football fever is spreading across the land and even Tulane, which will never, ever be in the running for the College Football Playoff, has been contaminated. 88 more words
I woke up at 4 in the morning today, to leave, for college, FOREVER. I mean obviously not FOREVER but a dang long time. 1,117 more words
When the Louisiana-Lafayette Rajun Cajuns took on the Nevada Wolf Pack in last year’s New Orleans Bowl, it marked the return of one Mack Brown to the Crescent City, who was in town on the call for ESPN for his debut as a color commentator. 570 more words
For 6 weeks in the summer of 2015, I went to Quantico, Virginia to attend the Marine Corps’s Officer Candidates School. As an NROTC midshipman with the intention of commissioning as a 2nd Lieutenant, this was the first real major requirement I had to fulfill before I can take charge of a platoon of enlisted Marines. 446 more words
Jessie was one of only 18 undergraduate students selected to participate in the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Summer Research Program at Arizona State University this summer! 111 more words
“During the early spring of 2015, I was faced with a tough choice; I could either spend the first 6 weeks of my summer studying abroad in Israel and then back home for a cushy office job that paid more than I could’ve imagined, or I could leap into the unknown world of an all-girls, Jewish summer camp working to teach the kids how to grow organic produce and raise chickens for eggs. 436 more words