A PHOTO

enjoyceinglife:

How do you feel about the non-traditional student experience? Spelman College’s Nekesa J. Smith, C’2013, shares her story….

Please join me for a live Inside Spelman discussion tomorrow, Wed, Oct. 26, noon-1:00 p.m.: 

The Art of Juggling: Exploring the Nontraditional Student Experience 

With many being older than the average college student and sometimes having families and running businesses, nontraditional students are often juggling numerous responsibilities while pursuing their undergraduate education. In the October issue of Inside Spelman, Nekesa J. Smith, C’2013, a wife, mother, entrepreneur and a Pauline E. Drake Scholar, shares the full spectrum of her nontraditional student experience in her Inside Voice editorial. 

Please share your thoughts on the nontraditional student experience during this live conversation in the comments section of Inside Voice

Reblogged from Enjoyceinglife
A PHOTO

teenagemutantninjanoses:

Jesus had carpentry. I have this.

tumbldeez

A PHOTO
Reblogged from Inspired
A PHOTO

lettersfromhere:

On September 10th, a group of about forty-five students, design professionals and bloggers gathered at the School of Visual Arts in NYC for an “Iconathon,” a collaborative design charrette aimed at creating a set of graphic symbols that can be applied across sectors to communicate commonly recognized urban concepts. The event was organized by Code for America [for more about Code for America, revisit our feature about the program. -Ed.] in partnership with The Noun Project, a group dedicated to contributing to and disseminating the world’s collection of visual symbols. Each Iconathon event, held in cities across the country, has its own civic theme. The theme was “311″ in San Francisco, “Food and Nutrition” in Los Angeles, “Democracy” in Chicago, “Neighborhoods” in Seattle and “Education” in Boston. In New York, the event series closed out with a focus on designing icons for “Transportation.”

(via Urban Omnibus » Iconathon: Designing Symbols for Civic Ideas)

college search

Reblogged from MKTG
A PHOTO
Reblogged from Spooky Home
A PHOTO

fastcompany:

Infographic of the Day: HBO Recycles The Same Actors, Again And Again

Reblogged from Fast Company
A PHOTO

murketing:

“Already Facebook’s photo collection has a staggering 140 billion photos, that’s over 10,000 times larger than the Library of Congress.” (via How many photos have ever been taken? | 1000memories)

college search

Reblogged from MKTG
A PHOTO

This is gorgeous!

college search

Reblogged from Spooky Home