Regulating the bodies I’s and O’s-Water basics for summer hydration
Keys… check, phone…check, book bag…check and one last thing ……..Yes!! A bottle of H2O. Has that list gone through your mind in the morning before class? Summertime is definitely here and maintaining a healthy hydration level is important for several reasons. Drinking the appropriate amount of water regulates the body temperature and also helps convert food into energy.
There’s bound to be any number of snags a student will encounter while pursuing a college diploma and it’s hard sometimes, when problems arise, to admit you need help. As a rule of thumb, in the academic world it’s always better to get help at the first sign of trouble rather than decide to eject at the last minute.
The District Student Senate (DSS) which is comprised of student representatives from all four campuses, voted several months ago to implement a $50,000 accident/injury insurance policy for only $6.75 per semester.
It’s important to remember the crucial role women had throughout history. Significant figures like Jeanette Rankin and Harriet Tubman are sometimes left out of historical conversation even though the legacies of these women sound out that of many men.
The Native American Student Movement (NASM) is pleased to announce that each week of April, Native American Heritage month, there will be something different that can immerse you in Native American culture, or teach you something that you might’ve never known.
HowieMagner is the senior editor and online sports columnist for Milwaukee Magazine. He’s a Milwaukee Press Club award winner and he has interviewed coaches such as Buzz Williams of Marquette University. Recently, Magner was the one being interviewed as he spoke to Tom Jozwik’s journalism class at the MATC Oak Creek Campus.