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These guys did it and so should you! Today is the deadline to turn in your RA Applications for 2013-2014 school year!
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Homecoming 2012 was an absolute blast.
The week kicked off on Sunday with a 4.5 mile run and 1 mile walk with the Almost Home No Kill Animal Shelter in Southfield. For just $15, I got to play with puppies, get my Homecoming 2012 t-shirt, run around the beautiful Southfield City Centre and Lawrence Tech, drink Faygo floats, and eat unlimited coney dogs from Kerby’s Koney Island! Absolutely nothing bad in that equation, right?
This was the first distance run of any sort that I ever did. I didn’t place too well (dead last, i think…), but I enjoyed the experience. Maybe next year I’ll do the 1 mile walk instead!
At the end of every school year, SPAM holds a banquet to honor the great work that we produced throughout the previous year! This year, we held the banquet at The Whitney which is a gorgeous restaurant (and haunted old mansion!) just outside of Downtown Detroit.
This is me being pensive in a room:
And this is our last time together as a staff (sadface):
Check out our final goodbye to the Flip Cam!
I had a great time working on this video project! I really hope it opened someone’s eyes to the awesomeness of Lawrence Tech. Go Blue Devils!
As I mentioned before, I’m studying Media Communication here at LTU. One of the great things about our program is the every-growing studio we have. And here’s a backstage pass to the studio, right before high school students came in … Continue reading
According to Michigan First Credit Union, Young & Free is the Credit Union’s “ongoing effort to give the 17-to-25 crowd a voice, a head start, and useful information.” Basically, it’s designed to aid young adults in making responsibly financial decisions with a representative–Spokester, as they call it–from that age group who is charismatic and relate-able.
Currently, Lawrence Tech alum Janelle O’Hara holds the position, but her term ends very soon! Fortunately, two more Lawrence Tech students, Austin Chapman and Erian O’Neal, are fighting about 30 other contestants for the position.
Check out Austin’s video:
Check out Erian’s video:
Voting ends extremely soon and you can vote for both of them here!