Posts Tagged ‘community’

A little about Thanksgiving

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Being an international student, I had never known or even heard of certain festivals, traditions, customs that were followed nation-wide in the United States. However, coming here over three years ago exposed me to a lot of the unsung, unknown and in some cases unidentified cultural practices.

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Resiliency Workshops

Saturday, November 17th, 2018

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion along with the Counseling Services brings to us

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LinkedIn: Why is it important?

Saturday, November 17th, 2018

Why should you consider having a LinkedIn profile?

I am sure all of us get asked, suggested, forced, in some way or the other to create a LinkedIn account. And that’s not it, the expectation is, that we maintain a healthy profile, keep updating it, add content, etc. Sounds like a whole bunch of work!

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Brandless

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

What a pleasant finding!

I have been browsing through instagram, Facebook and the internet in general to find quality and affordable products. On my endeavor I found a company named “Brandless”. They sell  limited and select food, household and kitchen, beauty and personal care, and stationery products. And here’s the catch, probably the best one you have ever heard of, everything you order is only $3. Yes, only $3! No matter what the product is, you are assured quality, affordability and reliability.

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Necessities Nook

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

Wondering through the hallways of Tower Hall, I came across a little set up today. On the third floor of the Tower Hall, toward the right-end-side when ascending up is a showcase-cavity. I assume, some students or faculty or staff got together and came up this idea. In this space, placed are some basic and essential school supplies like loose sheets of paper, pencils, erasers, paper clips and more. A cardboard hoarding grabs the passer-by’s attention.

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