Tag Archives: Student

Turtle Creek Elementary – Community Service Projects

TEACHER: We put together a kindness unit. Part of the unit was doing a project where your kids would get involved in service work. So, we brainstormed as a class and I had each student vote on what they wanted to do. So we came up with three different projects. I had one group of… Read More »

Campus Conversations — Service in the Community

[ Background music ]>>Today it’s all about the community. You’ve heard us say it many times before your community’s college is Montgomery College. Coming up next on Campus Conversations we’ll talk about how Montgomery College programs, employees and students are serving your communities. [ Music ]>>Jason Rivera: Hi I’m Jason Rivera and this is Campus… Read More »

Mike’s Manhattan College Story

>>Eric: Hey. Yeah, I’m back [laughs]. Oh, it was great, man. Italy is the greatest study abroad trip yet. Argentina? It’s a close second, but Italy definitely takes the cake. But your internship made California sound awesome. Uhh, good question. Probably… Professor Wanger’s class, Aspects of Italian Culture. Yeah, man. You know, I didn’t realize… Read More »

Amanda’s Manhattan College Story: Will it float?

>>Amanda [inner dialog] Great job Amanda keep up the good work.>>How is it going?>>Amanda: Not so great.>>Complicated problems usually have simple solutions. Good luck.>>Amanda: Oops, better run. RA duty calls, but first coffee. Gotta be that baristas best customer by now.>>Amanda: Okay. Meeting at four today.>>Hey, meeting at four, four o’clock?>>Yeah. Oh, hey. Jill, Haley.… Read More »

Institute for Urban Education: Community impact

We were assigned a community connections project where you have to go out into the community and learn about it and be completely immersed in the whole community of the school and not just the building itself or just your classroom. We also had to learn about where students go to receive other services so… Read More »

Ask us anything: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

How good are you at throwing a boomerang? Such a stereotypical question! when was the last time you encountered casual racism? every bloody Uber… ‘where you from?’ and I’m just like: ‘I’m Aboriginal’ and they’re like: ‘but you don’t look Aboriginal.’ and then I’m like ‘well you didn’t look racist till you said that!’ and… Read More »

Start Your Manhattan College Story

>>Amanda: Does anybody know how to make concrete float? Anybody? No?>>James: I don’t know much about concrete, but I do know isn’t supposed to float. In fact, I’m pretty sure it sinks.>>Eric: James helpful as always What time does Mike get home?>>Sarah: I don’t know, we should probably text him. He better have some really… Read More »

Utah teacher apologizes for making Catholic student remove the Ash Wednesday cross from his forehead

Utah teacher apologizes for making Catholic student remove the Ash Wednesday cross from his forehead The Utah teacher on administrative leave for making a nine year old Catholic student wash the Ash Wednesday cross off his forehead, has apologized for the incident, characterizing it as a misunderstanding. Moana Patterson, who teaches fourth grade at Valley… Read More »

7 Types of Catholics You Meet in College

They say the college years are the best years of your life, and that’s true for Catholic students, too. You’ll meet very memorable people in Catholic student groups or your campus’ Newman Center. Here are seven types of Catholics you meet in college. The solar eclipse Catholic. you’v met these good Catholics once, but they… Read More »

Master of Human Rights: Make a difference in the world

>>So my arts practice and my life in general has always been around social justice issues and trying to answer questions why some people are treated differently to others.>>I was working as a lawyer for very rich people, for companies, and I wanted to you know use my knowledge for something a bit more rewarding,… Read More »