Tag: learning

Putting The Phone Down For Once

Cell phones are one of the most advanced technologies people have ever had. A cell phone can be a replacement for many...

Why Graduate School?

Written by Leanna Westerhof. Media by Kayla Morton.   One of the famous questions for college students includes, “Is graduate school in your future?” Or some...

Choosing My Major

Written by Susanna Bowers. Media by Kayla Morton. If I could choose to start over, would I still be an education major? I’m a senior majoring...

Technology: Help or Hinder Our Community?

Technology is a wonderful thing for so many different reasons. I personally like it so much because it makes talking with my family and friends all the way back home in Massachusetts that much easier and faster. It helps when I’m feeling homesick, and I can just get on the phone or get on Skype and talk with my loved ones. Technology is great because it puts so many resources at our feet; so many ways to connect, to share, and to learn through technology.

GC Speaks: Social Media

For many of us, social media is as much a part of our lives as eating, doing homework, and going to class. We’re checking alerts, updating our status, and commenting on the finer aspects of our life. So, if it’s such a normal aspect of what we do every day, should we consider using it during the times that it’s normally not allowed? How might that benefit us, and how might it prove to be more trouble than it’s worth?

Online Opportunities

Written by Rhonda Gregory. Media by Kat Kelley. Are you a GC student with a busy lifestyle? If so, finding time to get all of...

Homer’s Odyssey: A Tale of Pajamas and Bowl-cuts

Written by Jeff Langley. Now, I don’t want to brag, but…nah, forget that—I’ll brag. Every year, grades 5-12, I was number one in my class. It’s...