Halucinated Design, Inc., a New York City based graphic design and motion graphics company, announced today the release of the Halucinated Scholarship 2013 application. This scholarship application is for high school seniors or ... Read more »
When Jonathan Pomboza ’11 dons the tomato-red zip-neck pullover with CITY YEAR emblazoned across the chest in bold black letters, he’s expected to follow some basic rules. No smoking or drinking. Hold the ... Read more »
One of the most frustrating things for an adviser to handle in regard to fraternities and sororities is this stigma that they are all about partying and drinking. No one talks about their ... Read more »
Three Dartmouth students have been granted scholarship awards from the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation, which recognizes college sophomores and juniors who either intend to pursue careers related to the ... Read more »
The first in his family to attend college, Alvaro Ruiz has proven to be successful with a 3.91 GPA while double majoring in finance and international business. He is a participant in the ... Read more »
College is the logical next step after high school for some local students, but some Latino students in the Arcola, Ill. area, require a little more convincing.
Seven middle and high school students from ... Read more »
On a recent morning, Ramón González, the principal of M.S. 223, a public middle school in the South Bronx, arrived at work as usual at 7:30, stripped off his coat and suit jacket, ... Read more »