The scholarship nomination and application process for the 18th annual Beat the Odds Scholarship Award Program is open through October 30, 2017.
The fall semester’s Student Success Day, held on Sept. 13, featured a multitude of sessions aimed at helping students improve their college experience.
A mix of old and new sessions were offered. Some, like the Mayo School of Health Science series, targeted a portion of the student body, while others had a more general focus and were applicable to all students regardless of major or previous college experience.
Walking through the exhibit will make you feel like you are viewing the most intimate parts of a person’s life, an observer in something you don’t truly understand. It gives a sense of watching someone’s life run by in a few moments. Many people can connect with the change that happens as someone ages, so the theme is both universal and personal.
“Hi! My name is Junie B. Jones. The B stands for Beatrice, but I don’t like Beatrice. I like B. and that’s all!”
“May I quote you on that?” is a common question a journalist asks during an interview. Here are just a few of the colorful comments that we’ve heard around campus. This time, we didn’t ask your permission.