A desire for lifelong enrichment marks a true Spartan.By offering a wide variety of programming developed alongside our campus partners, available both in person and online, we’re able to offer experiences for Spartans both near and far.I had the opportunity to be an intern for NASA at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD.As a student working on their server security management team, I helped to update the security on the internal servers and monitor them to protect against external attacks and internal data leaks." data-cycle-caption-title="Adam Kall" data-cycle-overlay="Mathematics and Computer Science" data-cycle-overlay-link="/majors" data-cycle-overlay-title="Adam Kall" src="/sites/default/files/User Files/stories-column/[email protected]" srcset="/sites/default/files/User Files/stories-column/[email protected]" style="width:390px; height:586px;" We invite you to visit our campus and explore the surrounding area. March 2, Saturday Classes resume March 11, Monday Last day of classes April 27, Saturday Examination period April 29 - May 4, Monday-Saturday Commencement May 4, Saturday Final grades due from faculty May 7, Tuesday First official day of classes May 20, Monday Memorial Day observance—no classes May 27, Monday First official day of Session II classes July 1, Monday Independence Day observance—no classes July 4, Thursday Last day of classes August 10, Saturday Final grades due from faculty August 13, Tuesday Orientation for new students August 21-22, Wednesday-Thursday First official day of classes August 26, Monday Labor Day observance—no classes September 2, Monday Thanksgiving recess begins at 5 p.m.November 23, Saturday Classes resume December 2, Monday Last day of classes December 7, Saturday Examination period December 9-14, Monday-Saturday Commencement December 14, Saturday Final grades due from faculty December 17, Tuesday Orientation for new students January 8-9, Wednesday-Thursday First official day of classes January 13, Monday Martin Luther King Day observance—no classes January 20, Monday Midsemester recess begins at p.m.This week, we put three Daily Arts Writers to the test: they picked a subject they could immerse themselves in, then wrote a first-person narrative about their experience.You can read the other pieces in this issue here and here.
Even though northern Michigan attracts talented, successful and affluent professionals, singles complain that most new arrivals arrive with someone already on their arm.
In this season filled with jewelry, candy and floral commercials on TV, love floats so thick in the air it causes some people – particularly singles – to choke.
With towns spread over more than a dozen counties, northern Michigan can be a difficult place for those seeking to meet a partner.
Willing to Go the Distance Noah, a 22-year-old disc jockey who lives in Elk Rapids, normally goes out with friends rather than alone.
He explained, “[Otherwise,] I have to drive 25 minutes home by myself, and I don’t want to go to jail.” The drive from Elk Rapids to Traverse City and back home again is tough in the wee hours of the morning.