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Tapping Into Your Creative Side

Posted on March 19th, 2021 by Luke Clausen

No matter what field of study you’re in, the one thing you’ll find in common among every engaged student is creativity. This makes perfect sense, as being passionate about something is one way creativity can happen. When a student is passionate about whatever they are learning, they naturally start investigating and thinking about it the […]

How to Improve Your GPA

Posted on March 1st, 2021 by Connor Blay

Well, you slipped up and didn’t get the grades you were looking for. You’re only human, after all, and there’s no need to start panicking about your GPA yet. There are actually several ways that you can improve your GPA prior to graduation should you need to. To help you out, here are some of […]

Northwest Missouri State University’s On-Campus Graduate Programs

Posted on February 22nd, 2021 by Connor Blay

If you’re looking for an in-person graduate program for the upcoming Summer 2021 semester, consider applying for one of Northwest Missouri State University’s top-notch programs which will be offered during the term! The application deadline is next Monday, March 1st. Northwest is committed to ensuring the safety of its students, following COVID-19 guidelines and keeping […]

Understanding COVID-19 Vaccine Rollouts

Posted on February 1st, 2021 by Connor Blay

As COVID-19 vaccines are rolling out all over the world, you might be wondering where vaccines are available and what the vaccination process will look like. Several countries around the world have purchased billions of vaccines which are to be distributed to the public. While we’re all eager to get vaccinated immediately, it’s clear that […]

The Beginning of a New and Hopeful Year

Posted on January 25th, 2021 by Fiqah Rahman

2021. The beginning of a new and hopeful year.  I believe that 2021 will be better. Vaccines are finally out, there’s slight progress in world’s politics, I graduated my masters program, finally got my Social Security (lol) and I got a job as a video producer for a small creative company in New York City.  […]

Livestream Recap: Mastering Business at McNeese State University

Posted on January 8th, 2021 by Connor Blay

If you missed our livestream this morning with our special guests from McNeese State University, you missed out on a good one! I chatted with Preble Girard, Morgan Turpin and Sarah Leonards on everything that makes the Master of Business Administration program at McNeese excellent. But don’t worry! You can still watch the livestream at […]

TVC 2020 Grand Prize Winner Fiqah Rahman Discusses Her Win

Posted on December 8th, 2020 by Fiqah Rahman

On November 20th, I was in my apartment sitting in front of my computer writing a story for an audio assignment. My phone –sitting on my left- was ringing. It was an unknown number. Honestly, I thought it was one of those scam calls but I decided to answer it anyway. “Fee-kah, is that how […]

Holiday Season 2020

Posted on December 1st, 2020 by Luke Clausen

It’s the holiday season again and here in the US, you can actually feel the festivity in the air. Many cultures celebrate holidays during the wintertime, and no matter what you celebrate, it’s likely that this time of year brings back all kinds of memories of childhood and of time spent with your family and […]

Thanksgiving in 2020

Posted on November 1st, 2020 by Luke Clausen

This semester, students around the United States and the rest of the world have returned to campus for the first time since the Spring semester. Freshman students who are attending college for the first time won’t have anything to compare their first semester to, so they may not notice anything out of the ordinary. But […]

US Election 2020: What to Know

Posted on October 30th, 2020 by Connor Blay

By now, you’re probably already well-aware of the fact that the US is preparing for arguably one of the most important elections in the nation’s history. This time next week, we will likely know for certain if Donald J. Trump will serve a second presidential term or if Joe Biden will become the 46th president […]


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