Friday Apr 11
GSU Offers Game for Good Students
Friday, April 11th at 6 PM - "Home Run Grades Night" during GSU Baseball against University of North Carolina Greensboro is similar to the "B Average or Better Report Card" night.
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Wed Apr 09, 2014
Dannielle Tegeder catalogue talk
New York City artist, Dannielle Tegeder will have a conversation about her new catalogue with Barry Schwabsky at BookCourt in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn on Friday, April 11th at 7pm.
Spring Hope Enterprise
April 10, 2014 People You Know
Air Force Airman Barry J. Andrews Jr. graduated recently from eight weeks of basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Tex.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Jon Carter Jon Carter
Remember to add Jon to your favorites! Jon Carter's voice over range: hip, natural, real, sexy, clean, clear, fresh, young, relatable, charismatic, bright, relatable, Generation X, Generation Y. Jon can do a regular guy read, high energy for car spots, exciting and compelling for promos, or intelligent and articulate for technical voice over ... (more)
Why you think you're good at something you're not
Washington, April 7 : A researcher has said that people think that they're good at something that they're not at because it's a natural reaction, asserting that it's hard to accurately evaluate abilities.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
American Library Association
Fundamentals for the academic liaison
The changing higher education environment requires a new kind of relationship among faculty, academic liaisons and students.
Here's How Many Students Could Save $50,000 on College-But Aren't
More colleges are allowing students to finish up their four-year degrees in just three years.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Do You Sing As Well As You Think You Do?
People have better insight into how skilled they are at a particular task when it can be measured in an obvious way , according to new research published in the journal Perspectives on Psychological Science .
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Bloomfield actor joins 'South Pacific' cast
It was friendship that got Bloomfield's Rob Richardson into the world of theater and in many ways, it has been friendships that have kept him there.
ISU study shows challenges in self-assesment
Your singing voice might not actually sound as pitch-perfect as it does to you in the shower.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Living together before marriage doesn't lead to divorce
Even as it has become the norm for couples to live together before they get married - cohabitation before a wedding has increased almost 900 percent since the 1960s - op-ed writers and marriage-supporting sociologists still cling to the notion that cohabitation is bad for relationships and people who cohabitate before marriage are more likely to ... (more)
Sat Mar 29, 2014
VIDEO: College student wins Ukrop's Monument Ave. 10K
University of North Carolina Greensboro student-athlete Paul Chelimo won the 2014 Ukrop's Monument Ave. 10K presented by MARTIN's.
Flytraps figure in next 'Bookwatch'
With the pledge drive finally over, "North Carolina Bookwatch" returns to its regular time at noon Sunday, beginning March 30. And it will return with a biggie - author Michael Parker from the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Study: Cohabitation at young age factor in divorce
Even as it has become the norm for couples to live together before they get married - cohabitation before a wedding has increased almost 900 percent since the 1960s - op-ed writers and marriage-supporting sociologists still cling to the notion that cohabitation is bad for relationships and that people who cohabitate before marriage are more likely ... (more)
Wed Mar 26, 2014
The Yadkin Ripple Incorporated
Pierce-McGhee to marry in May
Mr. and Mrs. Larry McGhee of Yadkinville announce the engagement of their son, Trenton Dale, to Linda Ann Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Pierce of Trinity.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Make sure expectations are clear before moving in together
In the past, unmarried couples who lived together were scorned and shamed. Now, cohabitation is an everyday occurrence.
Mon Mar 17, 2014
The Star Online
State's jobless rate down to 6.7 percent
North Carolina's unemployment rate continued improving in January to near the national average, falling to 6.7 percent, the state Commerce Department reported Monday.