[Editors Note: Tammy Smith of who is the Office Supervisor Admissions & Records said: "Although the deadline for submitting the application for spring 2009 graduation has passed, the admissions office will continue to accept applications until the end of the semester. Students are encouraged to complete an application and turn it in as soon as possible [...]
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Comic made by Chad Kotz and Justin Wood.
Do you need ideas concerning how to spend your spring break? Here are a few things that other students are doing! Mission work in Haiti Beach rip NRCC Baseball Video game marathon Coach a swim meet Re-model your house Get a drivers license Study Catch up on DE course work Spend Time With Your Family Work on your [...]
All of today’s flash game productions are presented from Newgrounds.com. Ultimate Crab Battle! •In The Ultimate Crab Battle you play as a young boy riding a laser eyed, rocket shooting torpedo blasting shark whose sole goal is to destroy the evil crab king. •Whether it is the music box, water-sucking, eel-claw transforming crab or super-man [...]
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Things have been going well in my internship. Ben Kramer has been teaching me how to complete Purchase Orders, Local Fund Requests, and Transmittals. Some of it can get confusing at times, but I am doing quite well with it all. I have been sitting in with Ben and the Beautification Committee to discuss what [...]
Emily Polan is in her final year at New River Community College. She attended NRCC Distance Ed for 2 1/2 years as a dual-enrolled homeschooled high school student. Having starting full-time in the fall of 2007 in the Forensic Science Program, she plans to graduate this May with an AA&S. In the fall Emily will [...]
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Welcome to the first edition of “Just Ask Me Something”, a column that will appear regularly as a forum the get answers to questions students frequently have. Want to know something but don’t know where to go? Just ask me something! Questions will be screened for appropriateness and relevance to the general student audience. This [...]
….that the origins of Valentine’s day are uncertain, but there are several legends that may help clear up the story of the holiday of love. According to one legend, during the third century in Rome, Emperor Claudius II determined that unmarried soldiers were superior and he proclaimed it illegal for young men of army age [...]