“My family wanted me to major in something that would guarantee a good paying job after college, but I wanted to do something cool (like history) and so I did and they aren’t thrilled. How do I tell my family that I got accepted into a history related masters program?”
This year marks the fifth anniversary of a day set aside for giving. Just last year, the fundraising event was named One Pine Day, alluding to the 1963 song, “One Fine Day,” made famous by the The Chiffons.
“Washington D.C. is a fantastic city even without the Smithsonian… there is so much culture and diversity in that city that I think most people don’t have time or don’t take time to experience,” said Putzke. “I think that was a great pro for all of us, we came away seeing it from a different view.”
“It is good writing for every character to clearly want something…but the way those characters bounced around in circles getting to those goals could be frustrating at times and slowed down the pace.” -Austin Casey
This nostalgia-filled film seems to have struck a perfect chord with most critics and audiences too, as the film is “Certified Fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes and has accomplished a massive financial achievement in theaters nationwide.
“Our communities, our workplaces, our country, and our world is diverse,” Vasiloff said. “As an institution of higher education, we seek to prepare students for success in myriad facets of their lives, and if we do not provide them with engagement with diversity and relevant issues of diversity and equity, then we are failing in that mission.”
A well-off but financially unstable thirty-something wants to impress his new fiancé after losing his cushy job by snagging an impressive new one but can’t do so due to one problem: he never graduated high school.
Dr. Padilla Deborst opened her lecture with a Dominican prayer asking God to bless his followers with “restless discomfort about easy answers, half truths, and superficial relationships...” as a preface to the intensity of the discussion.