by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor According to an article from the AJC, the average family will spend around $1,078 for prom per teenager, jumping from the $807 average spent last year. What is most startling is that lower income families are planning to spend even more than the average. […]
by: Johnnie Sanchez staff-writer If you’ve ever had a class with Larkin Taylor Parker, you know she’s a dirty-dishwater-blonde badass who writes with a heavy black ink pen in handwriting that literally scrawls in spirals down the page (a graphologist would have a field day). You’ll also know that she carefully, […]
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor In response to school-wide budget cuts, the Center for Writing and the Center for Speaking are becoming one entity in which all tutors will be trained comprehensively in order to give support to students with all forms of projects including writing, presentations, portfolios, and digital communication. In addition […]
The westbound right lane on Trinity Pl. between N. McDonough St. and Commerce Dr. is closed overnight, 7 p.m.-7 a.m., until Friday morning (3/30) for investigation and repair of a sink hole. The road will be reopened at 7 a.m.
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor According to an article by The New York Times, the number of food and beverage companies who pay for the recycling costs of their products is rising in the US. This payment is still voluntary in the US, though in many other countries in Europe, Latin […]
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor ’The Sleeping Disease’ Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) is a parasitic disease of both animals and humans, transmitted by the tsetse fly, which will eventually cause a breakdown of the central nervous system, coma, and subsequent death. It is common in rural areas of Africa, and travelers […]