Posts From the monthly archives: "October 2013"

Hello there friends, colleagues, and people whose name I already forgot even though we just met five minutes ago. Welcome to another installment of Tech Tuesdays with Grant Cushman. With travel season still in full swing, I imagine that many …

Doggy Distraction

Fall is officially here and college counselors are in the thick of the busiest time of the year.  Early Decision and Early Action deadlines are looming, parents are becoming more anxious, and the amount of recommendation letters we need to …

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Finding the Fit: 24 and Overboard

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I used to joke that college would be the best 10 years of my life, but somehow 6 years later that joke isn’t so funny anymore. Back in the fall of 2007, I was a wide-eyed college freshman: lost, dazed, …

Join the WACAC Government Relations Committee in your neighborhood!

The Government Relations Committee (GRAC) needs your help. This fall, between now and mid-December, GRAC members will be setting out to meet with California elected officials in their local offices throughout …

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Sophomore Slump

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I’ve never run a marathon (or even a 5k, if we’re being honest) but having been through a few travel seasons. I can confidently say the two are not too different. I definitely suffer from the “sophomore slump” where, about …

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“Hey, aren’t you the Transfer Guy?” , said the young woman as I was walking across the SMC campus during the last week of September.  Of course, I was thinking about the upcoming college fair, budget issues, UC and CSU …

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Action Alert

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Dear WACAC Members,

As you know, much of the federal government was shut down on October 1, profoundly affecting millions of people. NACAC has created an action alert to encourage Congress to put an end to this standoff.  WACAC’s Government …