Student Spotlight: Thomas Sousa

April 17, 2018 Adrian Wong 0

From Thursday, April 5 to Sunday, April 8, tens of thousands of gamers and cosplayers flocked to Boston to attend PAX East. PAX, originally known as Penny Arcade Expo, boasts hundreds of booths where vendors […]

20 Minutes with Leon Cristo

April 17, 2018 David Korty 0

David: Greetings Mr. Cristo, where did you grow up?    Leon: I grew up in Mexico until I was about 19 to which I proceeded to Wisconsin to study as an exchange student in 98’. […]

Are You LinkedIn?

December 12, 2017 Johnpierre Grajales 0

Today, many prospective workers and students use the internet to find jobs and internships to utilize their skills and broaden their horizons. LinkedIn is a social media site that focuses on business, employment, and networking. […]

CoAD Campout

December 6, 2017 Prasanna Tati 0

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]   Dozens of architecture, or “archie” for short, students lined up outside of the laser cut room in hopes of being able to print portions of their final project one at a time the Tuesday before Thanksgiving this year. Over the long weekend, they turned to […]

Requirements to Obtain a Gun in NJ

October 18, 2017 Guest 0

Go to the police station of your municipality: all paperwork can be provided by them and submitted to them. Fill out the State of New Jersey Application for Firearms Purchaser Identification Card and/or Handgun Purchase […]

The True Cost of Your Degree

September 27, 2017 David Korty 0

Investing 4 years into anything is quite the commitment, even more so with 6 years and possibly 8. The length of acquiring degrees through a university comes with the expense of delaying your introduction to […]

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