By Jamil Oakford/ editor-in-chief Each board member received a white envelope as NW history professor Laura Wood began her presentation on her Landmarks of Social Memory course.
By Katelyn Needham/ managing editor Twenty years ago, Princess Diana and Prince Charles officially divorced, the first flip phone went on sale, Dallas Cowboys won Super Bowl XXX and SE Campus was built.
By Raegan Scharfetter Examining and handling breast cancer are major factors in survival, an oncologist told South Campus students Nov. 17.
By Hannah Lathen/ campus editor Five South Campus students received $500 President’s Scholarships for essays focusing on improving student involvement on campus Nov. 15.
By Robert Young/ reporter The nation’s vast number of community colleges is important to the overall gross domestic product of the United States, according an economist speaking on TR Nov. 18.
By Robert Young/ reporter If students want to effectively function across cultures different from their own and become global citizens, they need cultural intelligence, a speaker from the University of Michigan said Nov. 18.
By Sheri-Lee Norris/ campus editor Aspiring health care professionals need to know more than what they read in their books or learn by working with machines. They need soft skills.
By Josh Del Rio/ reporter Emotional intelligence is the key to career development and employability, a NE business assistant professor said in a seminar Nov. 17.