Imagine taking all of your textbooks to class every day, highlighting important sections the teacher implies will be on the next test, reading the latest issue of the New York Times and listening to your favorite music. Picture all of this contained on one small device approximately the size of a paperback book. Welcome to [...]
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The Spring 2010 Schedule of classes is on the New River Community College Website. Registration for Spring begins Tuesday December 1st. See your advisor soon and avoid the last minute rush.
Daylight Saving Time officially ends at 2am Sunday November 1st when clocks are turned back an hour and most people in the United States get an extra hour of sleep. This hour is lost when the process is reversed on the second Sunday in March when Standard Time ends for the summer. Who is responsible [...]
October 27, next tuesday, is the last day to drop a class and recieve a “W” for a grade.
The deadline for graduation applications is quickly approaching. The deadline is November 13th so if you still need to meet with your advisor you should be scheduling a visit. All forms are due to the Admissions Office in Rooker Hall. The meeting dates for graduates are: Tuesday, October 20, at 11:00 a.m. in the Rooker [...]
The New River Security recommends that all students register their vehicle and receive a free parking pass. To register, you need to know your license plate number and fill out a short form at the security office in Godbey Hall. Failing to pay a parking ticket can result in withholding of transcripts or the inability [...]
Robbin Thompson released his first album, “Robbin Thompson,” in 1976 on the Atlantis label “Nemperer” and it featured the contributions of Steve Cropper, one of the world’s greatest soul guitarists,Timothy B. Schmit from the Eagles and Melissa Manchester. This album was followed by a collaborative album with Steve Bassett that first featured their hit, “Sweet [...]
Several Students competed in four different tournaments every day at 2:30 in the lounge from Monday, September 29 to Thursday, October 1, 2009; which the NRCC Student Activities hosted. Last monday, September 28th, sixteen students competed in a ping pong tournament. The winner were Yared Gedle (1st place), Will Glarner (2nd place), and Jeffrey O’Neal (3rd [...]
On March 27, 2009 Governor Kaine approved item HB1810 that required all state institutions of higher education to create policies to allow any students that are called to active duty during a semester to get the opportunity to earn full credit for the interrupted course. Included in the wording is the requirement that if the [...]
The Knight Rider invites you to send in a picture that you have taken following our current theme. The pictures will be judged by the staff and the winner will be published in the next issue. This will be an ongoing contest and you may enter more than once. This week’s theme will be Fall [...]