Clearing the Path for Adult Students
Clearing the Path for Adult Students
By Dana Castillo –Today’s headlines about college students tend to focus on insurmountable debt and the rising cost of college. And those are important issues to address, but all too often, the higher education conversation forgets nontraditional students with college...
Music Crosses Barriers
Music Crosses Barriers
By Jenay Wright— In this world today there are so many opportunities for people of different backgrounds to practice whatever music they like. The music community is so broad and opens so many doors for people to sing different songs they like and produce them. Is this a positive...
Fusing cultures for television
Fusing cultures for television
Elizabeth Giadans— Fusion television launched late last year after a long awaited delay. The ABC television network and Univision Communications worked together to make the network come to life and aimed at English-speaking millennials. Millennials, also known as “Generation...
Latinos rise in higher education
Latinos rise in higher education
By Crystal Ramirez— As Yesenia Felix sits in many of her college classes, she notices one thing. She is one of only a few Latino students occupying the seats. The 18-year-old freshman believes although she might be part of a minority population at Aurora University, this will soon...
Make sure we count
Make sure we count
By Angelica Jimenez– By now, you should’ve seen an envelope from the United States Census Bureau, and hopefully you didn’t throw it out.  The information you give could greatly affect funds coming in from the federal government. Yes, we lead busy lives and don’t have...