Technology in the Classroom: Teaching Weapon or Class Distraction?

We all remember it: The teacher rolls the TV stand into the classroom. “Okay, folks, we’re watching a movie today.” Then a chorus of whisper-yells sounds, “Yessss!” Another scene we all remember: two or three students huddled around a computer arguing whether they should “ford the river” or “caulk the wagon and float across” on […]

The Interview: Anthony Kalamut, Creative Advertising Professor & Program Coordinator

Ten words. Two letters each. “IF IT IS TO BE, IT IS UP TO ME.” What makes you do the things you do? It’s all up to you to do it. My professor taught me this. Anthony Kalamut is a professor and program coordinator of the Creative Advertising program at Seneca College in Toronto. I’m […]

I Graduated From College without Ever Checking Out a Book

My name is Katie Wall and I graduated from college without ever checking out a book. That’s right – in May of 2009 I graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a school consistently ranked as one of the best public universities in the country, and never checked out a single book. […]

From Mechanical Engineering to Happiness

I started off college majoring in Aerospace Engineering because I love space and astronomy was “impractical”. (AKA, prospects of being paid significant portions of money out in the real world were slim.) I soon switched to mechanical engineering, unsatisfied with the more rigorous program that ‘aeros’ had to follow—one that required too much time and too […]