Monthly Archives: March 2009
According to Senator Tim Herzog, within a closed meeting held February 19th, Joey Sclafani was forced to resign as President of the SGA because of unethical circumstances. Student Justin Wood stated that he talked to Herzog about Sclafani’s resignation. Herzog “felt cheated by Joey’s tactics and was … Continue reading
Last Wednesday the practical nursing students held a blood pressure clinic. Almost 200 people participated in 2 hours! Thanks to everyone who helped our nursing students.
[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. … Continue reading
There is a problem underlying all problems within our SGA, one which acts as Hydra’s body. The problem is simple but potent: our government confuses its projects with mandatory procedure and ordinary acts of kindness, and then receives payment for … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Thursday, March 12, 2009: The Books are Fun Book Fair will be held in the Lounge from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa. Sherman College will have an admissions representative in Godbey Hall from 10 am … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
As the Student Government Association, it has come to our attention that there are several people who are dissatisfied with the work the SGA does to represent and lead the students of New River Community College. We appreciate the criticism, but in order to make … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading