As college students, saving money is very important. However, new technology is hitting the market every day and it almost becomes an obligation to keep digital devices up to date.
It is unnecessary to get a new phone every year, yet most people pay for frequent upgrades. This could be the reason why “the iPhone is the number one phone in the world,” according to a recent article by CBN News on Sept. 11.
The start of a school year always brings changes, but for one organization the new year brought a new name.
Students in Free Enterprise was renamed Enactus this fall. SIFE was founded as an on-campus organization in 2008 before the renaming this year.
With the University located in the center of a densely populated area, students are likely accustomed to paying close attention to their personal security. But what about their online security?
The most popular major among freshmen — with 102 out of 570 — is biology. Following behind at a close second is nursing with 95 students. With a record number of freshmen students enrolled for the fall 2013 semester, many students may be seeking guidance from both peers and advisors. James Steen, director of enrollment management, said that though the class rosters have not been finalized , the freshmen class has broken several records already.
Everybody has an internal clock. Research indicates that adolescents tend to become sleepy around 11 p.m. because the brain releases melatonin around this time. Melatonin levels drop around 8 a.m, which is around when adolescents wake up.
Celia Tirado raised money for St. Baldrick’s, a foundation dedicated to funding childhood cancer research. While on stage shaving her head, Tirado raised a total of $545, in addition to the $1,920 she raised before the event.
A vast amount of students overfilled Dillon I Feb. 28 in anticipation of listening to a science lecture on a much-debated topic: stem cell research.
For the first time, University Pre-Optometry Professionals Society members attended the Annual Texas Optometric Association POPS convention Feb. 23 in Austin.
Humans have ten times more bacteria inside the body than human cells.
A recent study conducted by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University indicates that there are more factors involved in the contraction of a cold. The study identified a biological marker that predicts the body’s ability to defend itself from the common cold.
A young boy decides to go swimming in a lake on a warm sunny day. He decides to cannonball, but accidentally inhales water. Later that day he starts getting a fever but ignores it. Less than two weeks later he dies as a result of the brain-eating amoeba, Naegle Fowleri.
Most of us have heard that “whole grain” bread is a healthier choice than white bread, which contains refined grains and sugars but lacks fiber. Because of this lack of fiber and other nutrients that are removed during the refining process, it is advised that we consume wheat food products instead of refined ones.