As we get closer to the Presidential Elections in November, people are wondering who will lead our country during the next 4 years. Current polls show the race is neck-and-neck, and every vote will count in deciding who will lead our country. This is the reason CW invited the League of Women Votes (LWV) of New York State to encourage our students to register to vote. “There are many issues to address and these visits help to connect with potential voters.
Lots of busy students rely on caffeine to keep them going. In the grand scheme of bad habits, there are definitely worse ones than coffee. In fact, small to moderate doses of caffeine (think: a small cup versus a large) can improve concentration and boost energy. Click here to read more about caffeine dosage.
As yet another tragic event shakes our area, and the US, we are reminded of the positive things – the people who help keep us safe, and each other. People from diverse walks of life who keep each other safe and care about each other.
Last semester’s one-sentence stories were a rather heavy affair. The winners represent the heaviest. In the end, death, love and endurance unto victory rang strongest with our readers. The Writing Lab is therefore very pleased to announce the Spring 2016 One-Sentence Story contest winners:
In 3rd place: Blood splattered to the floor and he had entered a new life. - Joel Mena
The College of Westchester is pleased to announce approval from the New York State Board of Regents to deliver a Bachelor of Science in Interactive Digital Media and Marketing. This program is designed to prepare and equip students in the entrepreneurial and strategic aspects of interactive digital and social media design, production and utilization for business.
A new report by The Learning House, Inc. and Aslanian Market Research, Online College Students 2016: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences, highlights some of the ways that online education has made college more accessible to more students. Time restraints and financial issues are some of the main factors cited in reasons for not taking college courses, but when colleges offer online options, students are more likely to enroll.