Exercise your democratic rights and vote in the Student Government Association elections tomorrow and Friday. You don’t have to leave the comfort of your computer to participate! Simply log in to Blackboard (even if you do not have any Blackboard classes, you still have an account there as a student) and look on the right [...]
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On Thursday May 7th New River Community College’s honor society Phi Theta Kappa held an awards dinner for the school’s clubs. Many clubs attended to honor their members. The Martial Arts club held a demonstration of their skills that they have practiced this year. Other clubs and teams including the cheer squad and the Student [...]
On Tuesday April 28th 2009 in Edward 117, the President’s Award Ceremony will honor top students at NRCC. Who’s Who of America’s Junior Colleges, Outstanding Student’s in academic programs and all new Phi Theta Kappa members will be recognized at 11am Tuesday. Plan to attend and congratulate these students for their hard work this semester.
How do I pick a major? What is out there for a career for me when I graduate? Can I take classes at other community colleges in Virginia? You need to visit with Ginny! Ginny is the host of the Virginia Education Wizard at the Virginia Community College Website. This interactive site provides quick answers [...]
Always make a list before you go shopping. Impulse purchases are cut to a minimum when you hit the store with a plan in hand. Invite friends over for a pot luck instead of meeting at a restaurant for dinner. If everyone brings something, no one has to spend much money and you still have [...]
The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States says that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress [...]
Advisor, (ad-vis-or), n., person who signs your graduation application. For the vast majority of New River students, an academic advisor is a shadowy figure. Students know they have an advisor, but aren’t sure why, and sometimes aren’t sure who that person is. Degree-seeking students often see their advisor for the first time when they bring [...]
Last Thursday, the 19th of February, Joey Sclafani resigned as president of the SGA. When asked why, he never commented. Sclafani will now take the position of senator. Your new executive office contains: President Melissa Kittinger-Surratt Vice President Emily Polan Treasurer James Kittinger Secretary Meagan Willis
Four candidates were in a tight race for three Senator positions on the SGA this semester. The Knight Rider would like to congratulate the three winners: Chris Henley, Jason Surratt and Cameron Sonnenberg in their new positions.
Editors Note: The changes mentioned in the article are all tentative and subject to change through the planning period. The Knight Rider will report any major changes as soon as we can. As students returned to class on Monday, they were greeted by some changes. The new bookstore, which opened at the end of the fall [...]