Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Freshman Adjusting Poorly

Freshman Adjusting Poorly

Laurel Marcinkus Staff Writer   College is believed to be an exhilarating experience but for some incoming freshman attending Carroll University, the transition to college is a nightmare.  They are suffering emotionally, physically, socially and academically. The obstacles that these students face are typically triggered by “College Culture Shock,” a state of anxiety, turmoil and more »

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Are You Ready to Relay for Life?

On April 12, Carroll University’s Colleges Against Cancer (C.A.C.) will be hosting what many schools and cities host, and that is Relay for Life. This is an event to raise money for cancer research and awareness run through the American Cancer Society. The goal is simple: walk the track for twelve straight hours to parallel that cancer does not sleep. Three main topics are the focus of the event, and they are Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back.

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A Perspective on the New Perspective

What is the New Perspective? The simplest definition is that the New Perspective has been Carroll’s student newspaper since 1854 when it was called the Carroll College Student. Later it became the Carroll Echo then the Perspective and finally the New Perspective.

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Pioneer Printing Problems?

The new PioPrint system has been up and running since the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year, with the trial run last spring semester. According to Debra Jenkins, the Chief Information Officer at Carroll University, the reasons behind the installation of PioPrint were “to reduce wasteful printing, to reduce the paper that was being consumed out of concern for the environment, and to reduce the cost for paper and toner.”

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Features

Are You Ready to Relay for Life?

On April 12, Carroll University’s Colleges Against Cancer (C.A.C.) will be hosting what many schools and cities host, and that is Relay for Life. This is an event to raise money for cancer research and awareness run through the American Cancer Society. The goal is simple: walk the track for twelve straight hours to parallel that cancer does not sleep. Three main topics are the focus of the event, and they are Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back.

More »

A Perspective on the New Perspective

What is the New Perspective? The simplest definition is that the New Perspective has been Carroll’s student newspaper since 1854 when it was called the Carroll College Student. Later it became the Carroll Echo then the Perspective and finally the New Perspective.

More »
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Are You Ready to Relay for Life?

On April 12, Carroll University’s Colleges Against Cancer (C.A.C.) will be hosting what many schools and cities host, and that is Relay for Life. This is an event to raise money for cancer research and awareness run through the American Cancer Society. The goal is simple: walk the track for twelve straight hours to parallel that cancer does not sleep. Three main topics are the focus of the event, and they are Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back.

More »

A Perspective on the New Perspective

What is the New Perspective? The simplest definition is that the New Perspective has been Carroll’s student newspaper since 1854 when it was called the Carroll College Student. Later it became the Carroll Echo then the Perspective and finally the New Perspective.

More »
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