It seems like college students are the very epitome of social media and technology addicts. They can be seen texting when they’re walking, tweeting on Twitter at work, pinning on Pinterest from their phones, or “Googling” to find an answer before reading a book. Continue reading
Every winter a brown soup of fog settles over Salt Lake City. This fog extends its fingers up the canyons, but it is usually found settled over the city. Continue reading
Even if they aren’t sure what kind of job they want after college, most students have usually thought about what types of careers they want. If students know exactly which industry they want to work in, deciding which company to work for or how to begin in that industry can be difficult to maneuver. Students can be left feeling lost and a little uncertain about where to turn. Continue reading
It is never easy going into a new job. New workers must learn an entirely new culture in order to succeed. On top of that, there is pressure to perform right away, as well as be as good, if not better than, a predecessor. Continue reading
The college budget is more complex than students’ money paying the bills.
Curtis Ryan, the Vice President of Finance and Administration, sees it as more of a blueprint. Continue reading
Music students of Westminster College had the opportunity to perform for internationally renowned singer Frederica von Stade on Nov. 14, 2012 in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall. Continue reading