Jane Kim

Who: Jane Kim Degree: B.A., English Expected graduation date: May 2015 Likes: Pasta or cheese or any combination thereof; Broad City; cooking with an obedient companion Dislikes: Toy Story (ask her why sometime, it’s very interesting); bellybuttons; overly-sweet desserts Time employed with CITES: 2 years Main job at CITES: Phone support (responds to calls and emails from faculty, students, and […]

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Jacob Nicholson

Who: Jacob Nicholson Degree: B.S., Physics Expected graduation date: May 2015 Likes: pizza; watermelon; cats; otters; Netflix Dislikes: overused memes; capitalism; the necessity for sleep Time employed with CITES: 2 years Main job at CITES: Phone and computer support (responds to calls and emails from faculty, students, and staff, helps people in classrooms, helps support ticketing system) One […]

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Apps to Know: Spritz

Nick Alcazar, General Engineering Reading lengthy, and sometimes dry pages of text is a daunting task for most people. This is especially relevant in the educational world where chapters of reading are often assigned on a daily, or weekly basis. These assignments are not approached with enthusiasm to say the least, and that is for […]

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Should Higher Education Be Free?

Jacqueline Torres, General Studies Much debate and controversy has sprouted over the proposal of President Obama’s new plan to make community college free. While it is easy for many of us to jump the gun and presume that college should be free for all, all this speculation has left me unsure about whether or not […]

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