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October 16, 2013
At the beginning of the school year, we’re all fired up and confident about our ability to handle the tasks that lay ahead but by the middle of the semester, life catches up with us and it can be difficult to stay organized and motivated.
For that reason, we’ve come up with a list of five apps that can help boost productivity and make your life a lot simpler:
October 07, 2013
September 25, 2013
September 17, 2013
Since its 2011 premiere, Showtime’s Homeland has easily become one of the most watched shows on television. With story-lines centered on government conspiracies, foreign affairs and the war on terrorism, the critically acclaimed series is controversial, thought-provoking and incredibly addictive.
The female lead, Carrie Mathison (masterfully portrayed by Claire Danes), is very well-written and is a huge reason for the show’s success. Rather than fall into an all-too
September 17, 2013
Smartphones are giving us more and more opportunities to be productive wherever we go. You can check email, schedule appointments, and make 'to-do lists' in the palm of your hand. We don't need to be productive all the time though, do we? Smartphones give us an opportunity to have fun too! Here are some great apps to have fun with:
September 09, 2013
April 18, 2013
Old Mother Earth, the giver of life and home to us all, is constantly being threatened. Women from all over the country have taken the lead to start new green initiatives within their organizations to help make a difference in their communities. First Lady Michelle Obama recruited the help of Monticello's Garden Curator, Peter Hatch, to help start an organic garden at the White House. And even here at the University of Virginia our own Kendall Singleton took on the role as Sustainability
March 07, 2013
November 28, 2012
Holidays are notorious for breakups. When I was in college (when I say that I sound eerily old, but I really mean when I was in college less than two years ago, this still happens now), we rather
November 14, 2012
We live in an age of social media. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn…if you can connect to it, we’re on it. How do we make sense of the undeniable lure of these virtual communication avenues—is it our modern day society? Is it something internally motivated, maybe a fear of being alone? Perhaps it is a combination of both? And furthermore, what does this inescapable intermingling of communication, social media, and the virtual world mean for society’s vision of gender?