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Harry Potter’s Science meets the U of Nebraska-Lincoln

There’s an unexpected undergraduate honors chemistry class being offered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is called a ‘Muggle’s Guide to Harry Potter’s Chemistry’, and it explores the magical chemistry - “potions” - taught at the imaginary Hogwarts School.  The twist to this course is that this serious subject incorporates a cultural aspect, which is meant to encourage more students to take chemistry.

9/11 Motorcycle Ride

The anniversary of 9/11 is here again.  It’s the 12th anniversary, and time has not diminished the remembrance due to the victims of the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in NYC, the Pentagon, passengers on the planes, and the first responders. A tribute to 9/11 was held in Connecticut this past Sunday, a beautiful sunny September day with blue skies, which is reminiscent of how it was that day in 2001.

Show School Pride on August 30th for College Colors Day!

We are nearing September, which means that not only is school back, but so is college football! College Colors Day is also back for its 8th year on Friday, August 30 to kick off the college football season. Never heard of College Colors Day? Learn how to you can pledge your allegiance to your favorite college or university.

College Celebrates 4th of July with Declaration of Independence

As with any big event, graduation included, we want to celebrate!  So, with the 4th of July, many of us will remember the holiday with traditional cookouts and fireworks.  One college in particular, Williams College, will be observing the holiday in another way - bringing to life the heartfelt politics of the past when in 1776, a document was written calling for independence from British rule.

Shop Small... on November 24, 2012

Small Business Saturday helps small businesses get more exposure during the biggest shopping weekend of the year. Every year Small Business Saturday falls between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Shop Small on November 24, 2012 to show your support for small businesses.

Inspire. Connect. Mentor. Engage. - Time to Unleash Future Entrepreneurs Ideas

Global Entrepreneurship Week/USA - November 12-18, 2012

One week is set aside in November for Global Entrepreneurship Week/USA (GEW/USA). During this week, people all around the world participate in activities to support entrepreneurship.

Students have Endless Volunteer Opportunities - Celebrate National Student Day 2012

Second Part of Two

National Student Day, which is coming up on Thursday, October 4, 2012, is focused on recognizing college students who make a difference by volunteering. College students are increasingly becoming philanthropic. An important aspect of their approach is working on teams to help out. Those teams might be sports teams, fraternities and sororities, and even school clubs. There are many ways that college students volunteer.

Calling all Student Volunteers! October 4th is National Student Day!

Part One of Two

The National Association of College Stores (NACS) is sponsoring the second annual National Student Day on Thursday, October 4, 2012. This is a day to celebrate and promote college students who are socially responsible in the U.S. and Canada.

Who is your Hero? Honoring "The Man in the Red Bandanna" ~ September 11

What is a hero? Welles R. Crowther was a hero to many on September 11, 2001. Have you heard this remarkable story? On this 11th anniversary of 9/11, it is well worthwhile to see ESPN's video about Welles called the 'Man in the Red Bandanna.'

Honoring a former Rye High School Athlete ~ September 11

In the course of my workday, there are many times that I come across amazing, interesting, and even surprising facts about the schools we work with. This time, the information was about a former high school student and athlete who attended Rye High School (Rye, NY).  He was one of those killed on 9-11.

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