Equine Management Student Rides Retired Racehorse to National Top 5 Finish
WC Senior Ali Davis Dedicated to Finding Second Careers for Thoroughbreds
23 amazing Oregon students win full-ride Gates Millennium scholarships
Every year, the Gates Foundation selects the 1,000 most promising low-income students of color and helps make their college dreams come true. Meet the Native American, Latino, black and Asian Oregonians who won this prestigious award.
FLIGHT: How to Request a Ride
Flight is a new, on-demand evening shuttle service for Temple students, faculty and staff—is replacing Owl Loop and TUr Door. Visit www.temple.edu/flight to ...
Student fans, Vikings make way to Salem
Student super-fans the Carver Crazies drive on to Salem as the men's basketball team practices at the Salem Civic Center ahead of Friday's national semifinal...
'Amazing' Portland high school student wins two of nation's top full-ride scholarships
Minh Nguyen says she did not succeed alone and credits her classmates, her teachers and especially her two best friends, Sarah Cook and Kathy Thach.
Leatherby Libraries' themed study rooms offer students elbow room, inspiration and more
Fall semester finals were just days away and the four Chapman University business majors holed up in one of the library’s group study rooms had tests to prepare for, papers to write and projects to finish. With such a full plate of tasks, they probably never looked up to even take a break, right? On
Catholic Professionals Offer Students Advice at Career Forum
“All of you have been the recipients of a great gift, this remarkable education. But with any great gift goes the burden,” said Rob Neal, president of Hager Pacific Properties, to some 65 Thomas Aquinas College students at a Career Forum on Sunday in St. Bernardine of Siena Library. “It’s going to be incumbent upon you to make your way out there and to share these gifts with others.” [slideshow = Career Forum 2014]
Top 250 Private Colleges that Offer Students the Most Creative Arts Scholarship Money
Scholarships can be awarded for countless different achievements and for various skills and abilities. Some of those activities include art, theater, and music which are better known as the creative arts. For students looking to pursue a degree in one of these fields, a Creative Arts Scholarship would fit the bill.At the Student Loan Report, …
How to teach kids to ride a bike
Balance bikes or lightweight bikes are the key to getting started By Holly LaRochelleSpecial to the Star Fri., Aug. 26, 2016 Our little secret is that both of our kids have been on their bikes since they were about 18 months. We’ve never used training wheels. Starting from a run bike (aka balance bike), there simply wasn’t a need to. We allowed both of our kids to find their balance at their own pace. With their feet firmly planted on the ground, kids…
College students offer math lessons
Missouri Western State University students went back to grade school Tuesday for a day of mutual learning.
Catholic Business Leaders Offer Students Advice at Career Forum
“You have the gift of being able to look at the world a little bit differently,” said Tim Ristoff, founder and CEO of TriVista Business Group, to an audience of Thomas Aquinas College students at a Career Forum this past Sunday in St. Bernardine of Siena Library. “That’s going to make you unbelievably successful, should you elect to go into the business world.”
Rider University Network offers students the chance to learn TV production
Rider University Network (R.U.N.), the student-managed TV station, is seeking new members to become part of a group that offers countless opportunities within television production, both on and off camera.
Why I Ride a Bicycle?
Roberto C - Carlsbad, CA I am often asked why I ride a bicycle with such regularity. It’s a fair question since casual conversation usually migrates to the topic of what I do after work and on the weekends. Seeing that I am already well into my fifties, I suspect people imagine I spend my free time sitting in a rocking chair, reading the few remaining printed newspapers in circulation between naps, medication, and grandchildren. They are often surprised to hear that this…
Teach Your Kid To Ride A Bike
A balance bike is a great way to teach your child to ride a bike. Follow GCN on YouTube: gcn.eu/gcnsubs A balance bike is the best starting point when...
Pelotonia 11: Why we ride
Pelotonia participants talk about the reasons they've decided to ride.
Safety tips offered to students, community
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Randy Vibrock wants all Mississippi University for Women students to be safe As The W’s chief of police, he has a few reminders and suggestions to offer new and returning students and everyone on campus. “If you’re new to the campus, we want the students to become familiar with their surroundings and the campus,” Vibrock said. “If they’re from a different city or state, we would suggest the students become familiar with the city (of Columbus) layout as well. You…
Quick Facts For a Safer Ride
MAY 22, 2014 There are more than 700 deaths and 100,000 injuries each year involving ATVs, according to CPSC’s most recent data. By following the key safety tips below, hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries related to ATVs could be prevented.
Why Elyse Rides
Indego presents: Learn to Ride class (adult)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Presented by The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and the Fairmount Park Conservancy Adult Learn to Ride is a 2-hour class for adults and mature teens who are ready to ride! Through a safe, easy, effective method, Learn to Ride students learn how to balance, pedal, start, stop, and steer a bike as well as adjust a helmet for proper fit. Most people learn to ride their bikes while taking the class, but even…
TIPS FOR SAFE RIDE SHARING
Plan ahead. Before you request a ride, think about where you’re headed and review the safety features in the app so you know how to use them Request your ride inside. Avoid spending unnecessary time outside alone with your phone in your hand. Instead, wait indoors until the app shows your driver has arrived. Be a backseat rider. If you’re riding alone, sit in the backseat. This ensures you can safely exit on either side of the vehicle to avoid moving traffic, and…