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Macomb Community College Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship First Annual Pitch Competition
Macomb Community College students - Naznin Aktar, Teron Varner and Lauren Williams - win more than $9000 in prize money in the First Annual Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition sponsored by First State Bank. The event was held at Macomb Community College’s Center Campus on April 24, 2015.
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Fisher 100 Fest: A Student Celebration
On April 7, 2016, Fisher students celebrated with faculty and staff and marked a century of business education at The Ohio State University. The student-led event brought together the entire Fisher community for food, fun and an aerial photograph commemorating the college’s first 100 years.
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Oil Spill
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TCC Orientation
student-created video giving you information you didn't get at orientation at Tallahassee Community College
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2017 CAPSEE Conference Plenary Session: Do Students Invest Wisely in College?
CAPSEE’s final conference was held on April 6–7 in Washington, DC. The 2017 CAPSEE conference summed up five years of CAPSEE research, which draws on recent large-scale, system-wide datasets provided by five partner states linking college transcripts to individual student earnings. This plenary session summarized the labor market returns to college. Panelists presented evidence on returns to bachelor’s and associate degrees, as well as returns to the many sub-baccalaureate awards offered by colleges. Key differences in returns—for example, across awards, subjects, institutions, and student attributes—were highlighted. This evidence was examined in light of recent and expected changes in the structure of the labor market. Speakers: Clive Belfield, Queens College, City University of New York, and CAPSEE; Anthony Carnevale, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce; Catherine Rampell, The Washington Post; James Jacobs, Macomb Community College Moderator: Thomas Bailey, Community College Research Center and CAPSEE
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Freshman Orientation
This video is for freshmen entering college.Take Stock in Children and Tallahassee Community College brings you this short educational module to help you with admission, housing, campus resources and tips to survive the college experience. For more information about Take Stock in Children and to view additional educational modules, visit their website at www.takestockinchildren.com. You can also view other educational modules on our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/YouTCC22.
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The SKiNNY on the job: Automotive Technology
On this episode of The SKiNNY on the job, we take a look at what it takes to become an auto mechanic. Join Isa Adney, author of Community College Success, to find out if you have what it takes. This episode was filmed on location at Seminole State College. For quick tips on how to be successful in college, visit our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/yourtcc22. To find out when more quick tips and new episodes of The SKiNNY are available, like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/yourtcc22 and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/yourtcc22. You can also pick up your copy of Community College Success and learn more from Isa about what it takes to succeed in college at CommunityCollegeSuccess.com.
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Why Walsh College: Transfers Made Easy - Traci Cola, BBA-MKT '17
Traci shares why Walsh College was the best choice for her transfer to from Macomb Community College. Find out how many of your credits will transfer to complete your degree at Walsh College.
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Transfer Orientation 2014
Sacramento State officially dusted off the welcome mat today for news students who are transferring from a community college or another university.
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Mt. Hood Community College - Automotive Chrysler CAP Honda PACT IMPORT Programs
Mt. Hood Community College Automotive Technology Chrysler CAP Honda PACT and IMPORT programs
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Elgin Community College Automotive Program
An overview of Elgin Community College's Automotive Program, The degree in automotive service provides training in all phases of automotive maintenance work for all type of vehicles. The specialty study covers the function, construction, operation, and servicing of automotive components including fuel systems, manual and automatic transmissions, suspension and brake systems, driveline units, heating and air conditioning, electrical systems, computer controls and emission systems. Diagnosis and trouble shooting, shop safety and shop procedures are also covered. The certificates in automotive electrical, brake and suspension, engine mechanical repair, transmission and drivetrain, engine performance and auto heating and air conditioning are ideal for building specialty skills and make nice enhancements to the degree. Visit elgin.edu/automotive for more information.
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The Role of Academic Advising in Student Persistence
It is clear in these financial times that the issues of student retention and persistence to graduation are more important than ever before. USA Today reported that several state legislatures are considering plans to base the funding for higher education on course and/or degree completion rates of the colleges and universities in their states. With this level of public focus on student success and persistence, it is imperative that we demonstrate clearly to our decision makers the strong connection between quality academic advising and student success, engagement, and persistence to graduation. In this 80 minute, 2009 slidecast presentation, NACADA Past President Susan Campbell and Executive Director Charlie Nutt return to build on the foundation laid in their 2007 broadcast (“Academic Advising's Integral Role in the Academic Success and Persistence of Students”). They share strategies for analysis of retention and persistence issues on your campus. They suggest strategies for advisors and advising administrators on how to utilize retention research and analysis in planning and implantation, as well as strategies for communicating with key administrators about the important role advising is playing and can play in student retention and persistence.
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Academic Advising University College Students
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MCC Automotive Technology Program Spotlight
A look inside the Automotive Technology degree programs at Miles Community College
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An inside look at the Tallahassee Community College lockdown
When one thinks of a lockdown, they imagine a desolated campus filled with police on the hunt for an armed gunman. I was at TCC getting a look into what it was like being a student on lockdown.
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DCCCD - Cutting Edge Computer Information Technology
Dallas Community Colleges Computer IT programs employ cutting edge technology, which gives you the training you need to cut it in the real world. Find out more at www.dcccd.edu
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Students eager for $12 billion from Obama
ABC 15 reporter Rudabeh Shahbazi was at area schools, including Rio Salado College, asking students about Obama's community college plan.
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Boyce Business Program
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Student profile: MA Social Work
Recent graduate, Jasmine, explains how a combination of 170 days work placement and 200 days of structured academic teaching has prepared her for her new role as a social worker. This video was filmed in January 2017.
Henry Ford Community College feel no other POS could handle their complex needs.
Henry Ford loves Digital Dining and has been using it to not only handle the thousands of students that go through their student center food court and fine dining restaurant but to prepare their culinary students for life after college with a state of the art POS.. They love using the scale interface, scanners and all the speed features of DD. They would never consider anything other than Digital Dining and feel no other POS could handle their complex needs.
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Sinclair's 2010 Commencement in 60 Seconds
Sinclair Community College's 2010 Commencement Ceremony in sixty seconds. Congrats grads of 2010!
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SCC car show 3
This was Seminole Community Colleges 2nd Annual car show located on SCC Sanford campus. This car show is open to the public, awards are given out to the top cars in each class. Also at this car show there are alternative fuel cars; Smart cars, solar power cars, full electric plug in cars. The SCC automotive program is showing great intrests in the alternative fuel future.
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My Planner Student Academic Planning
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the first community college in Florida to offer four-year degrees. On Dec. 11, 2001, the college received the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' accreditation to offer courses leading to bachelor's degrees. In 2002, St. Petersburg College began offering courses leading to bachelor's degrees in Education, Nursing and Technology Management. The college's commitment to its two-year curriculum, which has earned it wide recognition and annually wins it high national rankings, remains as strong as ever. Today, SPC has eight learning sites throughout Pinellas County and recently became the first college in Florida to offer a four-year degree in Dental Hygiene. This program's offerings augment its two-year program, which has been in operation since 1963. SPC added four-year degrees in Veterinary Technology, Public Safety Administration and Orthotics and Prosthetics in 2005. College Accreditation St. Petersburg College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associates degrees and to offer courses leading to bachelor's degrees in the following areas: Banking, Nursing, Business Administration, Orthotics & Prosthetics, Elementary/Secondary Education, Paralegal Studies. Educational Studies. Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification. Dental Hygiene. Public Safety Administration. Health Services Administration. Sustainability Management. International Business. Technology Management. Management & Organizational Leadership. Veterinary Technology. SPC also offers access to junior and senior level courses for bachelors and graduate degrees at the University Partnership Center. The UPC partners with the University of South Florida, University of South Florida at St. Petersburg, Eckerd College, University of Florida, Florida State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Central Florida, Florida International University, Florida A&M University, Saint Leo University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Institute of Technology, Barry University, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Indiana University, and St. Petersburg College.
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Academic Planning
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Automotive Technology Program at Tri-C
The Tri-C Automotive Technology Degree Program teaches students to diagnose, correct and repair electrical, fuel, emissions and mechanical problems found in today's modern automobile through classroom, laboratory and field experience. Graduates are prepared for entry level positions as technicians in fleet service, manufacturer's dealerships, national oil company and transmission repair facilities or independent garages. www.tri-c.edu/auto
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LBCC Counselors
Find out about the counseling services available at Linn-Benton Community College. Mark Weiss, Angie Klampe, Lynn Bain, Tiffany Castillo, Jan Fraser-Hevlin, Charles Madriaga, and Jan Wright introduce themselves and discuss the ways they can help you succeed at LBCC. ---------- Counseling at LBCC: http://linnbenton.edu/career-services/counseling LBCC homepage: http://www.linnbenton.edu
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2015 Spring Commencement Ceremony
Tallahassee Community College held its 49th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 2nd at the Donald L. Tucker Center. See yourself in the video? Tag yourself and let your friends know that you're on TCC22. For more information about TCC, visit us online at www.tcc.fl.edu and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/yourtcc22. Tune into Comcast Channel 22 each day from 3pm to 1am for more information about TCC's programs and services, and to prepare for college. You can also watch TCC programming anytime on our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/yourtcc22.
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git and github
Git and Github For many years, Linux Kernel development used BitKeeper as a distributed version control system. Kernel developers were allowed to use this commercial solution for free. However, in 2005, the relationship broke down and a new solution was needed. Out of that Linux Torvalds and a group of developers created Git, a new open source distributed version control system. A few years later creation of GitHub began with a 2008 launch. GitHub is essentially a repository which can be used by Git. Featuring a polished web front end and easy to use searching, it makes finding hosted projects easy. The combination of Git and GitHub has been transformative for Open Source software. Git is now the leading distributed versioning control system to use and GitHub is the leading repository service. In this talk we'll go through the basics of getting up and running with Git and GitHub and how to leverage some of their features for software development. James R. Small is a Senior Architect with AT&T where he helps clients map business vision into technology roadmaps, plan tactical and strategic architectures and deliver IT solutions for large and global organizations. With over 20 years in the industry, his experience includes teaching networking and security at Macomb Community College, presenting at a variety of user groups and major conferences including ILTA and appearing as a subject matter expert on the Packet Pushers podcast. He has worked for small, mid-size and large enterprises as both an employee and a consultant. When he's not immersed in research for his next deliverable he enjoys running, watching his eldest's hockey games and traveling with his family.
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Muskegon Community College Commencement 2013 Student Speakers
Students speak at the 2013 Muskegon Community College Commencement Ceremony. Feel free to check out Muskegon Community College at: http://www.muskegoncc.edu/ Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/muskegoncc Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/MuskegonCC
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Mike Case talks about the value of a graduate degree from The University of Alabama
Mike Case, CEO of the Westervelt Corporation, shares information about the value and importance of a graduate degree from the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration at The University of Alabama.
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IPv6: 20 years old and more than ready
ARIN (who allocates IP addresses for North America) handed out its last IPv4 address in September, 2015. To put that in perspective, ARIN handed out 26 million IPv4 addresses in 2014 and its peak was over 57 million in 2008. With cloud computing and hosting continuing to soar in popularity, where will new IPv4 addresses come from? Will this stimulate IPv6 adoption? How does the emerging Internet of Things and mobile factor into this? In this talk we will assess the industry status and talk about IPv4/IPv6 deployment options. Time will be devoted to analyzing various tactics and strategies including what makes sense for IPv6 deployments and when to perform them. James R. Small is a Senior Architect with AT&T where he helps clients map business vision into technology roadmaps, plan tactical and strategic architectures and deliver IT solutions for large and global organizations. With over 20 years in the industry, his experience includes teaching networking and security at Macomb Community College, presenting at a variety of user groups and major conferences including the North American IPv6 Summit and appearing as a subject matter expert on the Packet Pushers podcast. He has worked for small, mid-size and large enterprises as both an employee and a consultant. When he's not immersed in research for his next deliverable he enjoys running, watching his eldest's hockey games and traveling with his family.
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The Revolution in American Trade Policy
Introductory Remarks by Lawrence H. Summers Charles W. Eliot University Professor of Harvard University Co-Director, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School A Conversation with Michael B. Froman United States Trade Representative (2013-2017) Klein Fellowship in Economic Diplomacy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government Distinguished Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations Nicholas Burns (Moderator) Roy and Barbara Goodman Family Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Relations, HKS Faculty Director, Future of Diplomacy Project; Faculty Chair, Middle East Initiative, HKS
White Oak Preserve - M/I Homes - Buda Texas
White Oak Preserve is a master-planned community surrounded by beautiful live oak trees in Buda Texas. Homes feature many standard upgrades, open floor plans and many other niceties. For more information contact Allen Deaver of Sky Realty at 512-791-4543.
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This is what Tanner Hall dorms look like. Enjoy :)
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The Indifference of a Planned Parenthood Neighbor
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING FOR PROPER CONTEXT FOR THE VIDEO..... I spent the better part of a day outside the Iowa City Planned Parenthood. Across the street from the abortuary is Dental Ceramics of Iowa. Three of the ladies on the Grace Fellowship Church team stood on the sidewalk across the street from Planned Parenthood, near the Dental Ceramics of Iowa building. From the Planned Parenthood side of the street, I watched as a man came out of the Dental Ceramics building and approach the ladies. He wanted the ladies to move to the Planned Parenthood side of the street. This is my brief conversation with the man from the Dental Ceramics of Iowa City company.
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Georgian AutoShow 2016
The annual Georgian Auto Show, June 3-5, 2016. The largest student run outdoor auto show in North America. FOR THE DRIVEN.CA
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The College Knowledge Minute Spring 2014 - Academic Advising
Some tips on advising services and how to track your academic progress towards your degree.
WIU History by UTV and University Archives
An overview of the history of Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL, from the time it opened as the Western Illinois State Normal School Sept. 23, 1902, through 2012.
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Automotive Technology @ Oxnard College, a Public Service Announcement
Public Service Announcement for the Automotive Technology program at Oxnard College, Ventura County, California. ASE and NATEF certified training. www.natef.org www.ase.com
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White House Event on Behavioral Science Insights
The White House hosts an event focused on new steps to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of existing Federal programs by leveraging commonsense, evidence-based behavioral insights.
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Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology
Learn about our Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology. Follow Rio Hondo College on the following platforms: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RHCRoadrunners/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RioHondoCollege Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/riohondo_college/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/56858
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Housing Development
Community Housing Network is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to providing homes for people in need through proven strategies of homelessness prevention, housing assistance and development, community education and referral, advocacy, foreclosure prevention counseling and additional services. We carry out our work in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties. We help people who are homeless, people with disabilities, and anyone in housing crisis. Our Housing Resource Center, a one-stop-shop for all things housing, directs people to resources at Community Housing Network and other organizations. We collaborate closely with our community partners to provide the highest level of service possible to those who need it most.
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Automotive Program at Skagit Valley College
Earn a high-paying job in the automotive service industry with a degree or certificate from Skagit Valley College. Get an Associate's Degree or one of seven certificates in Automotive Technology. This is a hands-on, competency-based program that is independently certified and nationally accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation. The program was nationally recognized by the Automotive Industry Planning Council (AIPC) and was the winner of the first place “Award for Excellence” and recognized as the best college independent automotive program in the USA for 2003. SVC was named one of the top 30 community colleges in the country by Washington Monthly Magazine in their August 2007 issue. Visit us on the web at www.skagit.edu
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IPv6 - It's the Question that Drives us.
It's 2015 and I have a busy year ahead. Advanced compute is permeating to wearables (health/fitness/augmentation), sensors (smart meters/factories/cities) and beyond (autonomous vehicles/drones/robots). These new devices are all networked (Internet of Things) and my organization is starting to look at how to capitalize on them. All of these new devices will produce gobs of data that have to be analyzed by someone. Will that be in my data center or in the cloud? More likely it will be some kind of hybrid - how will I manage and orchestrate all this? Oh yeah - I also periodically still hear about this IPv6 thing. Do we really need that? Can't we just add more NAT? Haven't they been saying we'll need that for the past 5 years and we're still fine, right? Isn't IPv6 really still 10 years or more off? Isn't it my ISP's problem? Why should I care about it? And I'm so busy already, I don't have time for something new. Still - I keep seeing it pop up in the media, should I care about it? And if I should, why? How does it benefit me or my organization? How is it more important than the 10 other critical priorities I have? Join us for a frank overview of where things are at, adoption/predictions and potential benefits and business cases. For those interested, some time will also be devoted to getting started including a basic approach, configurations and common questions/troubleshooting techniques. Jim Small will once again be presenting about IPV6 for the whole of the MUG meeting. He'll start off with why IPV6 is important, where we're at with adoption, the benefits of IPV6 adoption, and predicitions for how much more we need to do in order to say that IPV6 was adopted. He'll then show in detail how ti implement and configure for IPV6 along with common questions and troubleshooting. Even if you don't have plans for depolying IPV6 in 2015 you won't want to miss this presentation. IPV6 is coming sooner than you think! Bio: James R. Small is a Senior Architect with AT&T where he helps clients map business vision into technology roadmaps, plan tactical and strategic architectures and deliver IT solutions for large and global organizations. His 20 years of experience in IT have included teaching networking and security at Macomb Community College, presenting at a variety of user groups and major conferences including the North American IPv6 Summit and appearing as a subject matter expert on the Packet Pushers podcast. He has worked for small, mid-size and large companies as both an employee and a consultant. When he's not immersed in research for his next deliverable he enjoys running, managing his eldest's hockey team and traveling with his family.
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Montgomery College Opens New Engagement Center in East County
The result of a partnership between Montgomery College and the East County Regional Service Center led to the college’s second Community Engagement Center. On June 22, residents along with county and college officials hosted a grand opening ceremony to celebrate a place that will serve the Burtonsville, Colesville, Cloverly, Fairland and White Oak Communities. “At this particular point, our county needs us to meet where the they are. So we are simply taking the college into communities that have been traditionally underserved and also communities that we need to see greater representation of higher education and workforce development,” said DeRionne Pollard, Montgomery College President. The Community Engagement Center is a pilot program, but college officials said more than 3,000 residents have visited the facility since last September. The center offers computer lab training classes, certificate programs, GED, ESOL and college staff are on location at this site to answer questions about job training, college enrollment, services and more.
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Students, Staff Say Farewell to Higgins Hall
After 46 years, Higgins Hall will officially close its doors on May 12th. In 2008, it was decided that it was too expensive to meet the necessary updates, so the residence hall would be decommissioned instead. "It just wouldn't have been a good use of student funds," said Joe Nixon, Higgins Hall Complex Director. "So with that money we've been able to do some other projects like the Corbin Olson project, and updating the Linc/Wash/Grote bathrooms, and some of those things." Future plans are scheduled to take place in the next couple years. "Plans pretty much come down to finances and logistics," said Nixon. "So as soon as we have enough money we're going to decommission it, similar to what happened with Wetzel. So we're not sure if it's going to be an implosion or a mechanical teardown." As a final celebration for the building, Hall Government will be hosting Higgins Blowout Bash this Friday to commemorate all the students it has housed over the last 46 years. "We really were just looking to do something to recognize all the great residents in Higgins and the alumni," said Joe Rogers, Higgins Hall President. "We really wanted to show them how much we appreciate them and recognize them and just give them a little fun end of the year party." During it's last few days as a residence hall, many reminisce on their time in Higgins and are sad to see it close. "Even though we don't have some of the bells and whistles in Higgins, I can vouch that it's one of the strongest communities on campus. I'm definitely gonna miss it, I'm gonna miss the students that I've worked with, and there will always be a soft spot in my heart for Higgins."
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