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Alum inspire at happiest place on Earth

by Sofia Casillas

September 21, 2011

After years of aspiring to work for the imaginative world of Disneyland, Scott Sabens and Dylan Olson were both given the opportunity to live their dreams as Disney engineers. “I always wanted to work in the amusement park industry but I never thought that I would be working for Disney as a...

Site entices culinary moguls on a budget

by Amy Devito

September 21, 2011

In a society where supply and demand reign, the essential elements of dining, money and advertising revolve around consumer needs. The relationship formed between business and customer should fall in perfect harmony , creating a stable profit for the supplier and a satis...

Teachers close student achievement gap

by Michael Misselwitz

May 12, 2011

Today, educational inequity is a national epidemic. It is a sad truth that where a child grows up has a strong influence on the quality of his or her education, and a family’s economic prosperity directly effects the trajectory...

Loans finance future for business hopefuls

by Matt Doran

May 10, 2011

It was 1941 in the Swiss Alps. An engineer was on a hunting trip with his dog. When he returned from his hunt and sat down to marvel at the Ricola-esque landscape, he noticed burdock seeds clinging to his clothes and his dog’s ...

DA RADIO: Google Voice transforms communications

by Amy Devito

April 18, 2011

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Google Voice transforms communications

by Amy Devito

April 18, 2011

The Internet mother superior known as Google never ceases to advance its networking influence, and during the past few years it has extended itself far beyond the online world, gradually building its preeminent empire. Once recognized as the largest W...

Googleplex resembles corporate playground

by Sydnee Brooker

April 18, 2011

Imagine a work environment designed to make life as pleasant and productive as possible. Maybe workers could bring their dogs to the office, ride bikes to meetings or even spend a portion of their paid time working on side ...

Facebook: a place for employers?

by Sofia Casillas

April 14, 2011

It used to be common during a job search for applicants to do preliminary research on different companies and touch up their résumés and cover letter – but recently, more hype has been focused on cleaning up social net...

Jobs in sports aren’t just for athletes

by Rachel Verbits

April 14, 2011

The career of a professional athlete is fast paced, exciting and constantly evolving. Minus the chance of being sacked by a linebacker, a career in journalism is similar. Combining the two careers into one can be a dream job for anyone wit...

Invest today and profit tomorrow

by Sydnee Brooker

April 14, 2011

While looking at their bill at the end of the month, credit card holders will usually see a small charge from their credit card company. This is called “interest,” or in other words “an amount paid by a borrowing party for the...

Graduate school is no free pass

by Kelly Callas

April 14, 2011

The pursuit of an advanced degree can be a deeply rewarding experience. Within the current economic climate, it can also provide a secure postponement of reality, wrapped within the safety bubble of theoretical academia. However, if attempted...

Make an impact with Americorps

by Marie McCarty

April 14, 2011

AmeriCorps is an organization with a mission to provide for the American people. A mission to make American citizens smarter, healthier and more united. A mission for its members to take action in lieu of waiting for things to change thems...