By: Sasha Murphy The Student Government Association’s elections...
We at the Meridian celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month this year by sharing a timeless custom that all of us can relate to: Eating!I stopped by the Dominican Student’s Association’s club lounge at the student life building in late September to talk with them about Hispanic heritage month.
The Circle Club wants you to bring your old glasses to the Halloween party in the Student Life Building (room 113) on October 27.
Christopher Loubriel founded the Circle Club in 1999 with community service as his main goal. In keeping with that goal, the Circle Club will take part in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, October 16th. Quitorah, a Circle Club member for the past three years, told the Meridian, “whenever we can help and make a contribution no matter the amount, we want to support the cause.
The Campus Association for Student Activities, better known as CASA, met on September 28th for an Executive Committee meeting. The meeting began with the approval of the minutes from the August 31st meeting. The committee reviewed nine clubs that required CASA’s approval to be legitimate.
Living within my budget is a feat similar to stretching a very thin rubber band from peg A to peg B. It requires all the strength and will power I can muster for the task, yanking and tugging that income thinner and thinner. At the same time hurricane Katrina hit land, by coincidence, my rubber band snapped, and I was left in the desperate situation of looking for a new Peter to rob.
If you are anything like me – and many people are – living paycheck to paycheck is a frustrating way of life. Getting out of debt while saving for a rainy day is easier said than done. While I am eagerly anticipating my new role as a mother, as a full-time employee and student, I am left standing without an umbrella and it’s about to rain.
October 27, 2005 Bronx, New York-Lehman College is allowing a hazardous and potentially dangerous condition to develop among the student and faculty population who dine at the cafeteria. On no fewer than five separate occasions, I have witnessed food being prepared and served to students by ungloved and unwashed hands by cafeteria personal. You may [...]
Nearly one million people were evacuated and hundreds were left dead after Hurricane Katrina made a destructive path through the Gulf Coast on August 29th. New Orleans, a city with a high percentage of poor, black civilians barely endured the fury of Katrina or the slow response.
Remember when dating meant roses, long walks on the sandy beach and candle light dinners? Now we have the Internet, and for those who are lonely or who may be too busy to get out and meet people, there is Internet dating, or e-dating.