In true narcoleptic fashion, I’m choosing to dedicate this week’s post to sleeping. And by sleeping, I mean napping. Napping can be a college student’s best friend or arch nemesis, depending on how long the nap lasts. Back in my glory days, when I took AP Psychology in High School, […]

In 2008,  the turnout of voters between the ages 18-29 was the second highest in history as young people rallied behind Barack Obama and propelled him to victory, according to CIRCLE, a nonpartisan research center at Tufts University. According to a study by the Pew research center, young voters made […]

By Maria Schettini The S-Stop, located on the first floor of Hasbrouck Dining Hall, is now open to students who are looking for late night snacks or drinks. The S-Stop used to serve  as an extension of the Hawk Street Station that served sandwiches, pizza, soups and other food items. […]

Dan O’Regan challenges himself to write a song in one week and perform it at an open mic night. My Test from Dan O’Regan on Vimeo. For members of Lisa Phillips’ Digital Storytelling class, finals week posed new opportunities for students to overcome personal challenges. With topics ranging from culinary […]

Julio Olivencia, formerly an avid runner, re-introduced pavement pounding into his daily schedule with hopes of bringing the sport back into his life.   For members of Lisa Phillips’ Digital Storytelling class, finals week posed new opportunities for students to overcome personal challenges. With topics ranging from culinary efforts to […]

Brittanie Leigh, a former flute player, rekindles her passion for music and learns to play “Hallelujah” on the piano. My Test from Brittanie Leigh on Vimeo. For members of Lisa Phillips’ Digital Storytelling class, finals week posed new opportunities for students to overcome personal challenges. With topics ranging from culinary […]

Cooking novice Terence Gardner, takes on his culinary skills and cooks a humble feast of potatoes, broccoli and ground beef. Produced by Terence Gardner Brittanie Leigh – Piano Dan O’Regan – Songwriting Julio Olivencia – Running Lauren Scrudato – Cooking Jonathan Bulla – Hair

Jonathan Bulla decided to cut loose- literally, by putting himself to the test of living life with a new hairdo. A Story About Hair from Jonathan Bulla on Vimeo. For members of Lisa Phillips’ Digital Storytelling class, finals week posed new opportunities for students to overcome personal challenges. With topics […]

Lauren Scrudato cooks for the first time by herself for 5 days during finals week. For members of Lisa Phillips’ Digital Storytelling class, finals week posed new opportunities for students to overcome personal challenges. With topics ranging from culinary efforts to athletic endeavors, students designed their exam using the art […]

Let me start by admitting that I have no idea what this is. I volunteered as tribute to keep up with a blog but my well of creative juices has run dry and I have no idea what to consistently write about. There’s really no tangent to steer away from; […]