Five tips for finishing out the semester strong.
Wingate's own Kevin Winchester, alumnus and head of the University's Writing Center, has just published his first novel, Sunflower Dog: Dancing the Flathead Shuffle. Although this is his debut novel, Winchester is an accomplished author who has been a writer as long as he can remember.
The stringent measures put in place to get the coronavirus pandemic under control have taken their toll on several Bulldog alumni serving around the world.
Parents encouraged to care for their own mental health as they support students who are now learning from home.
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University steps in to provide local hospitals with gloves, masks and gowns. Pharmacy students are also manning a coronavirus hotline.
Establish a routine, stay in touch with friends, get some exercise and know you're not alone.
Zoom meetings, remote voice lessons and virtual labs: Professors doing whatever's necessary to give Wingate students quality instruction in a time of social distancing.
Students man hotline; CCG efforts continue.
Jordan Wilson and Annie Stankovic are teaming up to perform several of their favorite pieces in an informal recital streamed over YouTube.
One Day, One Dog: Day of Giving starts now, to help students affected by the coronavirus, while Day of Service is put on hold. Symposium and selected Lyceum events go digital.
Assistant dean for the past four years, Spain native brings experience, continuity to top business-school post.
Series of 10-minute plays to be staged for the first time, with help from drama club and class. Open auditions are Tuesday, March 17.
"Playing sports became my sanctuary," Sam tells Lyceum audience.
Howard Gaines hasn't let a speech impediment keep him from taking on School of Pharmacy leadership roles, including Student Senate president.
University's Steam3 initiative develops creative curriculum to teach middle-school students more about the moon and our future on it.