There’s no place like home for the holidays, right? For one reason or another, going home during winter break is not an option for some …
Like anyone who feels entitled, if you want to hear some squealing from Big Bird, all you have to do is hint that, after decades …
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Recipe of the week!
Your parents have always told you that first impressions are important. They were right. How you present yourself can make a lasting impression on someone you’ve just met, like a future employer. A great first impression doesn’t just mean answering all the questions correctly or having a perfect resume with references on hand. It includes dressing the part and looking appropriate. If you’re scheduled for an interview soon, keep these tips in mind:
This letter is in response to the article entitled: “NSU social Greek Community in a state of gridlock,” which was published in Issue 27 on April 10.
It’s almost time to register for the fall 2012 semester. Registration begins April 2 and it’s time to start figuring out your schedule. I know this process pretty well since this will be my last time registering (insert happy dance) and I want to help anyone who needs it.
From my many years of “online class-time,” I’ve picked up a few tricks of the trade and I want to share them with you. From one online student to another, this is how you survive an online class.
Thanks to the recent launch of Fort Lauderdale Online Magazine, that has all changed. If you are looking for an exciting night out, a movie show time, rock concert, a fabulous dining experience or the latest performing arts event, you need to visit www.fortlauderdaleonlinemagazine.com.
Choosing a minor is not like a mathematical equation. You can’t add your major plus your interests and divide by your career goal to equal the perfect minor. Even though your choice of minor can’t be figured out mathematically, it doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Here’s how you should go about choosing your minor: