I love www.videoranch.com. It is a virtual bar. It takes only seconds to sign up and the program is very small.
On Tuesday, Dec. 8, Norwalk Community College will host its second annual Holiday Concert Performance in the Pepsi-Co Theater. NCC’s own Chorus will be performing, lead by Professor Sally Bell.
Every Wednesday, students meet and attend the Uplift Program here at Norwalk Community College in East 205 to make choices about their futures.
There is one thing I find annoying: people who borrow things from me and never remember to return them. If I had a nickel for every time someone borrowed my things and forget to return them, I would be a rich man.
I have had it with Facebook status updates. Lately everyone’s freaking status has been a play by play update of the World Series or how you can’t believe what happened in the last five minutes of the Colts game.
I really enjoy when people drive like idiots. People often complain about it, but if it doesn’t directly affect you, seriously, it’s hilarious.
Norwalk Community College’s Speech Club sponsored and organized two speech events to be held on Thursday Dec. 3 in the PepsiCo Theater.
Until Dec. 10 The Veterans’ Club at NCC is collecting donations of food, snacks, drink mixes and toiletries for care packages to send to troops serving overseas.
Quick cup of coffee, run up the steps, make some copies, return to the classroom, then teach the class.
Moeckel-Rieke might be always on the go, but she is one of the most knowledgeable and dedicated professors when it comes to her students at Norwalk Community College.
Sam Roy (Pictured top right), the Vice President of the Veterans’ Club, helped organize a Dog Tag Event at Norwalk Community College.