Once upon a time surfing the Internet required two hands. One hand scrolled the mouse; the other hand tripped the keyboard. Cold ones, sandwiches and pets neglected, because surfing hands were free hands no more. For many, the time of keyboard slavery is today.
Month: May 2011
Education is something that needs to be made affordable and available to all. Higher education is no different, and the amount of high school students enrolling, and students transferring into colleges and universities gives testimony to that.
The search for the next student trustee has finally come to a close with Nick Randhawa Bygon emerging victorious after a grueling process of simply getting himself on the ballot.
Hundreds of people around southern California gathered to come and listen to the music that they enjoy at Riverside City College’s Jazz Festival.
California State University tuition fees will increase by at least 10 percent in the upcoming 2011-12 academic year.
Stargate Universe comes to an end. Wrapping up the Stargate franchise 14 year run on television.
It’s generally accepted that a college degree is better than no degree.
Does that statement still stand true when the quality of education from the colleges and universities in the United States has deteriorated to such a dismal level?
Unfortunately, the education system being on a steady decline is not just a mere opinion.
Children, seniors, veterans, animals, the hungry, homeless and jobless.
If you clearly see a void, why not fill it?
Designer Marwa Atik has done just that by creating a fashion forward scarf line that introduces modesty to the fashion world, yet boldness to Muslim culture.
State budget cuts have become problematic for the California State University System, and if tax extensions proposed by Governor Brown are not approved then the 23 campus CSU system is headed for catastrophic change.