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Pomona College of Art After Hours

Pomona College of Art After Hours

Every Thursday, The Pomona College of Art, hosts Art After Hours, which is a free event offered by the college and varies each week. Last Thursday, the college hosted its last Art After Hours event for the Fall, which consisted of a variety of informative lectures, an exploration of art, and of course, live music […]

New Baseball Stadium

New Baseball Stadium

One could not help but to think that the sight of the new Liberty Baseball Stadium filled with fans of all ages was a dream of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell brought to life. Among a flurry of other projects, including academic and residential buildings, construction workers feverishly work on a new state-of-the-art baseball stadium, […]

No Justice for Mike Brown

No Justice for Mike Brown

Nov 24, 2014 was a day of turmoil for America justice system and those effected by it once again. America has truly showed us numerous times that it’s ok for police officers to shoot and kill innocent people of color because of a badge and gun. Is it time for people of color to stop […]

How to Improve Your Education for Free

How to Improve Your Education for Free

This article is aimed at recent graduates and all those who are looking to boost their employability post degree with further education. Things always come down to two main factors in this period, these things being: money and energy; the money required to further your education through standard post-graduate programmes, and the creative energy required […]

Facts and Realities About Higher Education for the 30 and Over Student Population

Facts and Realities About Higher Education for the 30 and Over Student Population

A 2012 research study conducted by the National Student Clearing House, which is a non-profit organization that functions to collect and exchange comprehensive data pertaining to higher education enrollment, degrees, and certificate records for over 3,300 participating institutions of higher learning (representing 96 percent of all public and private United States institutions), found that over […]

No More Essays Schmessays After Graduation: The Case of Ben-Talented Yet Intrinsically Unmotivated Tutee

No More Essays Schmessays After Graduation: The Case of Ben-Talented Yet Intrinsically Unmotivated Tutee

I was clearing my table ready to leave after a tediously busy eight-hour shift at the Reading and Writing Center when Ben*, a twenty-ish-year-old Liberal Arts major and a Program in Nursing hopeful, walked into the pretty much empty lab out of breath and out of own words; he desperately needed help with an essay […]