May 10, 2013
By Daniel Sternweis I’ve noticed that too many students in the Craig School of Business view college as a set of obstacles between them and a better-paying job. Focused on the end-result, they don’t immerse themselves in the opportunities provided by an institution of learning. As part of the Smittcamp Family Honors College, I was […]
By Kelsey Haack As the semester ends and students disperse, some of us may be left wondering where our fellow Smitties are headed. Here are the plans of just a few: This summer Bailee Roche will be working at the Stanislaus County Fair and taking an online class in topography while she works on her […]
By Kristin Lacey What did Prince William do to have his name affixed to such a soggy medley of vegetables?
by Jennifer Garner Flowing like sleep through my mind, Drifting, is a paradise I cannot seem to find Trudging through hours, day by day, Slowly I slave my life away A moment here, a whisper there, Never more than an hour to spare As I walk the line between life and sleep, My dreams return […]
by Felicity Troupe Recipe In-N-Out Style Animal Fries (In the RDH!) Ingredients and Supplies: Bowl French fries 2+ slices of a cheese of your choice Fried onions (if you can find/make any) Thousand Island dressing OR 2 TSP each of Ketchup Relish Mayonnaise Tiny splash of vinegar Directions: Place a handful of French fries in […]
May 2, 2013
By Anne Badasci My foray into competition-style reading, an ironic and daunting task consisting of a tournament-style bracket system similar to March Madness in basketball, began with the book Netherland by Joseph O’Neill. I followed it up with the competing book in that first bracket, The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach. Netherland is the […]