Monthly Archives: July 2015

30/30 (Free, iOS)

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30/30 (Free, iOS) For maximum productivity, give yourself 30 minutes for work, 30 minutes for break. “This task-managing app actually helps with time management. It is easy to set up and sends helpful reminders to keep you on task towards your goal.”

Free Senior Portraits

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Free Senior Portraits for the Class of 2016 will be take on Saturday,  August 29th at 10 am to 2 pm at Center of People in Need at 3906 N. 27th Street in Lincoln. The Senior package includes 3 8″x10″ photos, 4-6 5″x7″ portraits, and 50 wallets. The senior portraits are free to low-income high school seniors and the photo… Read more »

Free School Physicals & Immunizations

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Clinic With A Heart will offer first-come, first-serve school physicals and immunizations to students without a primary doctor on Saturday, August 8th at 8:30 to 11 am and Saturday, August 15th at 8:30 to 11am. Students needing immunizations need to bring current immunization records. Each student must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Clinic With A Heart is… Read more »

Money’s Best Colleges for 2015

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Which of the country’s roughly 1,500 four-year colleges deliver the most value—that is, a top-notch education that sets students up for a successful career—at a price families can afford? To find out, MONEY started by screening out schools with financial troubles or graduation rates below the median. We then ranked the more than 700 remaining colleges on 21 factors in… Read more »

How to get recruited to play college football: A Signee on What Works

By Pete Volk @Pete_Volk on Feb 6, 2014, http://www.testudotimes.com/2014/2/6/5384514/how-to-get-recruited-college-football  One of Maryland’s newest signees shares his thoughts on how to make it to the highest level of college football. Editor’s note: Brendan Moore is an incoming offensive tackle, and this is an essay he submitted to his high school coach. It was also sent along to us, with permission to… Read more »

UNL’s True Red Initiative

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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln would like to announce a new initiative designed to reward students who are admitted to UNL early this fall: True Red Students who apply early show great dedication to their studies, their university, and their future. They’re what we like to call True Red. In turn, we plan to show our dedication to True Reds by… Read more »

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

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The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA)  is a two year, all hands-on, all agriculture programs where students can earn an associate of science (A.S.) degree, associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree, or a certificate. The main areas of study include Veterinary Technology, Agronomy, Animal Science/Ag Education, Ag Mechanics and Agribusiness Management. NCTA is a STEM institution focusing on studies… Read more »