What a great time to catch up on homework, apply for college, apply for scholarships, apply for a part-time job, or prepare for the ACT! Enjoy your break – make it a productive one!
I came across this word twice while reading an article. I had to look it up. It means opposite. Why don’t they just say opposite then? Here is this week’s ACT Word of the Week:
Do you need a resume for a part-time job, scholarship application, or college program? Here is a 9 minute video walking you through how to create a GOOD resume (that will get you into the YES pile) in a Google doc. Stop in the career center for the hand-out and samples. www.tinyurl.com/resume15
Nobody enjoys an interrupter – in school, at work, or in life. Remembering this will make you a much more likeable human.
On this date back in 1965, the Beatles’ “Yesterday” single goes #1 & stays #1 for 4 weeks. On a side-note, in middle school choir (1988-1991-ish with Mr. Mueller!), we sang “Yesterday.” And, yeah, we were pretty awesome.
You can listen to ”Yesterday” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNnaxGFO18o
This Week’s ACT Word is: Pernicious [per-nish-uh's] adjective Pernicious means causing insidious harm or ruin; destructive; ruinous; injurious; hurtful. Pernicious can also mean deadly or fatal, and a more archaic definition of pernicious, simply, is wicked.
Calling all future doctors! UND Pre-Med Day will be Saturday, November 1. You will have an opportunity to hear from current medical students about med school life, a panel of current doctors talking about “Life as a Physician” – and you’ll learn about med school applications and interviews! Hey, there’s also FREE BREAKFAST and FREE LUNCH! Stop in the Career Center for registration information by October 22.