How to explain the government shutdown to a kid
What exactly happens during a government shutdown? TIME's Katy Steinmetz explains the basics.
St. Bernard Prep Biology class takes the cake
Biology instructor, Shelly Perry, added a culinary twist to her Biology lab recently as students were placed into groups and created cell cakes.
St. Bernard Prep hosts college fair
St. Bernard Prep held a college fair on Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the dining hall, Brahma Room, hosting private and public colleges and universities throughout Alabama and Georgia.
Association recognizes outstanding WSCC alumni
More than a dozen graduates of Wallace State Community College and three current or recent graduates are among those recognized during the 2013 Alumni Association Outstanding Alumni awards ceremony.
Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Rainey provide two scholarships for WSCC students
Tianna Auston and Diana Moreno have a lot in common. Both are sophomores in Wallace State Community College’s Criminal Justice program. Both are the first in their families to go to college. Both have lived in the foster care system. Both work full time to help pay their way to college.
NATION: Education chief: Maybe start school later in day
A later start to the school day could help teenagers get the most from their classroom time and local districts should consider delaying the first bell, Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Wednesday.
St. B students toured Europe with AL Ambassadors of Music
Two St. Bernard Prep School students accepted the invitation from the Alabama Ambassadors of Music to join other students from around the state for a musical tour of Europe.
What is a college degree worth in today's job market?
The cost of a four-year college education continues to rise. Over the last four years it seems the number of jobs – particularly fulltime – has been going down. This has led many, including former Education Secretary William Bennett, to question whether college is worth the cost.
WSCC’s Therapeutic Massage Program Achieves 100 Percent Pass Rate on National Board Exam
As Babs Herfurth thought of ways she might be able to help her students in Wallace State Community College’s Therapeutic Massage program improve their chances of passing the national certification exam, she decided to take the test herself.
Wallace State’s first week of classes marks new beginnings for students as fall semester commences
Another fall semester has arrived at Wallace State, creating new beginnings for all students. For some, it’s the beginning of their last semester or year on campus and for others it’s the beginning of their collegiate career.
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