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South Campus and Partnership Centers (SCPC) e-News

An electronic newsletter publication of the South Campus and Partnership Centers (SCPC)

Spring 2015 Edition

Higher Education

Smith College is reaffirming its commitment to women—by accepting transgender women

On May 2, Massachusetts’ Smith College announced it would be changing its admissions policy to explicitly allow transgender women to attend the all-women’s school. With the change, Smith joins a number of  325 more words

College Trigger Warnings-Nothing New Under the Hard Sun

So one day, as Plato conveyed to me over a glass of ruby-red Greek wine, he goes back into the claustrophobic cave where he once had the courage to flee. 677 more words

Christianity

College Trigger Warnings-Nothing New Under the Hard Sun

So one day, as Plato conveyed to me over a glass of ruby-red Greek wine, he goes back into the claustrophobic cave where he once had the courage to flee. 677 more words

Christianity

Change a Word: Grab Attention?

Little things can grab someone’s attention. I recently read at article by John Waters Engaging Students with Active Learning where he stated that you can increase student interest in your class just by adding the word EXTREME to the title. 237 more words

EdTech Ideas

New Unity College residence hall to offer ‘living energy lab’

America’s environmental college continues growth with Unity 2 offering advanced features

UNITY, Maine – Unity College will unveil a new residence hall that allows it to keep pace with peak enrollment while providing students a “living laboratory” in sustainable energy management. 589 more words

Public Relations

What To Do with a Bachelor’s of Passion: Just Another Story of a College Student Who Has No Idea What She Wants To Do with Her Life

By: Kanyn Doan

This past weekend, I watched many friends and acquaintances of mine post pictures and statuses of their success in reaching the finish line of their four years. 1,829 more words

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