Tinder temptations

By Alexa Faria Staff Writer Young adults today would typically acknowledge online dating as something for older people who are living alone with several different cats and maybe a parrot. This ancient idea of meeting someone through social networking birthed the phone application commonly known as Tinder. This application focuses on connecting young adults today…

‘The world needs your novel’

By Jillian Jennett Staff Writer National Novel Writing Month, better known as NaNoWriMo, is both the greatest blessing and curse of every writer’s year. Every November, thousands of writers worldwide begin their quest to write an entire novel in just one month. Ridiculous? Maybe. Fun? Absolutely. Anyone and everyone can participate. It doesn’t matter if…

Spotlight on service learning: Hand to Hand

By Amy Keresztes Contributing Writer The course name is deceptively simple: Doctoral Physical Therapy 750, a service-learning course developed by the Scott/Ross Center and the Doctoral Physical Therapy (DPT) Program in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Students are assigned to different service sites based on preference; ten students in the course volunteer with…