Where Are They Now? Karen Demos: NBC Broadcasting Engineer

Michelle Demos, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

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Broadcasting Engineer for NBC, former junior high teacher and mother of two, Karen Demos has been plenty busy since her time as a student at Alverno College. A graduate of the class of 1974 with an Associate of Arts degree in... Read more »

Tips on Taking a Trip: Alverno’s Student Exchange Program

Sung Eun Jang, Contributor

November 21, 2014

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Since we live in a global culture, we have many opportunities to experience other parts of the world that are far from where we live. As a university student, a great way to grab the chance to travel is to participate in Alverno’s... Read more »

Courses with a Cause

Courses with a Cause

November 14, 2014

Light at the End of the Tunnel: The Life of a Graduating Senior

Marlene Minan, Contributor

November 14, 2014

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Time becomes your enemy. Every second is precious, but it escapes your grasp just as quickly as it reaches your hand. The deadlines draw closer each and every day new assignments pile up at the doorway to your future. That is... Read more »

Spring Into New Electives

Kate Valente, Contributor

October 31, 2014

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As I sat in class on a dreary and rainy Monday, the flier being passed around finally reached my hands. I knew I would have no use for the promotion on the flyer, since I was graduating in less than eight weeks, but still I glanced... Read more »

Fundraising and Student Groups

Alexis Essien, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

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When thinking about fundraising bake sales, craft fairs and cookie sales that earned you trendy little gadgets back in preschool are the most common. Fundraising gives a feeling of charity because it’s raising money for someone... Read more »