Tag: Gabrielle Fitzgerald
In its 200th anniversary, this classic book-turned-movie is still perfect By Gabrielle Fitzgerald Oh, February: the month when all the adorable couples pull out every romantic movie ever made and all the single people go to their respective corners to
By Gabrielle Fitzgerald From a former dance student to the adviser of the college’s creative writing club, Sam Bell is anything but a stereotypical English professor. Born in Fairport, New York, Bell was the child who could usually be found
By Gabrielle Fitzgerald A recent addition to the Billington Library attempts to spark student interest in politics and the government. A few four-sided whiteboards are scattered through the library with political questions at the top; dry-erase markers are attached to
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By Gabrielle Fitzgerald Darth Vader, Captain Kirk, and Superman all made appearances in the Overland Park area last weekend. The city wasn’t in need of heroes, but if it was, they need not look any further than the Overland
KU asks JCCC to offer two new classes By Gabrielle Fitzgerald As the Kansas Board of Regents works toward creating a better transfer system in the state, the University of Kansas (KU) is already mutually collaborating with the college’s psychology
By Gabrielle Fitzgerald For some people, driving to the college campus is a long commute. The college has a program called College Close to Home with a “selection of credit and continuing education courses offered at various locations in the
By Gabrielle Fitzgerald Now is that hectic time at the college of figuring out spring class schedules and university transfer information. Many students find the transfer process rather confusing; with a whole wall of transfer guide lists displayed behind the
Is it true that you were nominated and awarded player of the week twice? Yes I did get it two weeks in a row but I couldn’t have done it without my team. How did you get this award? Being
By Gabrielle Fitzgerald Perhaps students have seen this logo around campus: a green e surrounded by yellow, orange and red lines. It is the logo for the upcoming sustainability conference called Epicenter 2011, Generating Student Sustainability Leadership. On Oct. 28,
By Gabrielle Fitzgerald Single stream recycling bins are now appearing alongside trash cans around campus as part of the Sustainability department’s newest attempt to reduce campus waste. The bins’ lids feature slots for every recyclable product to make recycling easier.