• How to Balance School and Work as an Adult

    Going back to school as an adult tends to be a bit tricky. While a traditional college student (one straight out of high school) just has to focus on school and campus life, an adult student has a lot more on their plate. Here are some tips to help find that delicate balance between school, work and life that will be critical to your success.

  • 5 Esports Myths Debunked

    Esports are one of the newest trends to have emerged at universities around the country. Not only do schools put together competitive esports teams, but many also offer majors and minors in the subject, such as Esports Management. Read on to learn more.

  • EMT Career Options Worth Exploring

    Going to school to become an emergency medical technician, or EMT, doesn't always mean that you'll end up as an EMT. The certification can open doors, helping you become a crucial part of a hospital's emergency room staff, an emergency dispatcher and more. Read on to learn more.

  • Celebrating the Class of 2022: Commencement Traditions

    On Saturday, May 7, 2022, we’re celebrating the Class of 2022 during our 156th Commencement Exercises. As we get excited for the ceremony, we’re taking a look back at the unique traditions that make up Commencement while looking ahead to what the future holds for our graduates. Read on to learn more about some of our favorite Commencement traditions.

  • Tips to Help You Prepare for Finals

    Summer break is so close, Bulldogs! It’s time to power through and ace your final exams before you head out on your summer adventures. Need some tips to help finish the semester out strong? Check out our tips for a successful finals week.

  • Spring Athletics Spotlight: Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse

    It’s been one exciting season on the lacrosse field. With the men’s team holding a winning record and the women’s team achieving program milestones, including record goals in a game and their first-ever GNAC win, these teams are on a roll. Read on to hear from defender Peyton Emrick ’23, field player Abby Flood ’25, attacker Rachel Conrad ’23, midfielder Ryan Clunie ’25, and goalie Andrew McKenna ’22.

  • Assistant Professor Liz W. Faber Receives Book Award

    Assistant Professor of English & Communication Liz W. Faber, Ph.D. received the Pop Culture Association 2022 Emily Toth Award for Best Single Work in Women’s Studies for her book The Computer’s Voice: From Star Trek to Siri. Read on to learn more.