Column neglected Highline’s 3D printing lab
Welcome students to Fall Quarter! I hope you had a nice and relaxing summer. I don’t know about you but this summer flew by! If you are a returning student, I hope you are moving toward the completion of your educational goals. If you are new to our college, welcome and I wish you success and encourage you to take advantage of the services available on campus to help you succeed.
The COVID-19 vaccine is becoming more accessible, restrictions are starting to be slowly lifted. But that does not mean the virus is gone and we can let our guard down.
When I first was informed I tested positive for COVID-19, I was in genuine shock and did not know what to feel.
The pandemic took the entire country by storm, and while schools and colleges were quick to reopen online, many of us don’t really feel like we’re back in class.
Don’t get me wrong, the massive workload does bring back a sense of normalcy, but I miss awkward eye contact in the library, having to walk too far too early in the morning, and hanging out in the Student Union.
I must open with the fact that I do not think there is a better opportunity to understand the students and culture at Highline, than being an Arcturus Editor. And, for the record, I say this as a proud writing center tutor, who loves working with the diverse student body on campus- where we see people every day.
My name is Fe H. and I am currently a student at Highline. I want to share a few tips on how to grow and succeed as you attend college here at Highline.
Welcome to the new academic year, Thunderbirds. I am delighted that you have chosen to begin or continue your education here at Highline during these most interesting of times.
The Associated Students of Highline College (ASHC) team is excited to welcome you all to Fall Quarter.
This was supposed to be my year. I was graduating high school, going to prom, getting my AA ,turning 18 and going to university all in this year.