The Road to Golphu

By: Joseph Rich Having brushed my teeth in the cold morning rooftop air, having looked out scanning the neighboring rooftops for activity, having scalded the soft palate of my mouth on morning tea, I felt a deep inner pulsing of contentment in Kathmandu.  In the near distance, across the inner city, below, on a mountainside, sat Swayambhunath Buddhist Monastery—exposing to my view little monks scurrying about, on a wide clear rock terrace everyone in ruby red gowns, yellow trailing sashes and each shaved head contrasting against the early morning sky.…

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Summer Internship Opportunity with CONSERVE

Daphne Pee University of Maryland Extension Project Coordinator   CONSERVE (COordinating Nontraditional Sustainable watER Use in Variable climatEs) is a Center of Excellence at the nexus of sustainable water reuse, food, and health.  Our leading team of scientists and educators are investigating sources of nontraditional irrigation water that can provide safe, transformative on‐farm solutions for food crops and reduce the nation’s agricultural water challenges that are exacerbated by climate change. With projects located throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southwest, we are looking for undergraduate student interns to assist us in our…

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G&S Summer Internship Program

Kaitlyn Curtis Senior HR Specialist G&S Business Communications   G&S is committed to providing internship opportunities that result in a meaningful agency experience.  The goal of our internship program is to foster and develop both the technical and creative talents of our interns in business and communication strategy that will effectively prepare them for a future in the PR/business communications field. This summer we will be providing internship opportunities in the following areas: PR/Business Communications (NYC, Chicago, Raleigh) Videography (Raleigh, NC)   We are so happy that you are considering…

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30 Hours

By: Samantha Smith Living 30 hours from home is most definitely not the easiest thing I’ve ever done in my life. I’m sure anyone who moves away from school will agree, going from seeing your family every day of the week to not seeing them is one of the most difficult things to do in life. My freshman year away from home was hard to say the least. I can recall other kids going home on the weekends when they missed their family while I was stuck in Portales doing…

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“Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?”

By Nicole Jasso Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day? The song by Alan Jackson always comes to mind this time of year. It is hard to believe that awful day September 11, 2001 will have passed 15 years ago. Most of the students here at ENMU would have been in elementary school or barely starting school. Most of us can’t recall that day but some of us can. Graduate student Gabby Ramirez says, “I was seven years old, in the second grade. My teacher had…

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Call for Submissions

HoundBytes is looking for students who want to express their opinions and generate discussion about pop culture! We’re specifically looking for students to recap popular fall television shows (such as Game of Thrones, American Horror Story, Doctor Who, and Hannibal — though we’re open to all suggestions), cover the local music scene, discuss the latest starlet scandals, and generally have a good time chatting about entertainment. If you’re interested in writing recaps, participating in roundtable discussions, or dishing on celebrities, drop us a line at enmuhoundbytes@gmail.com. We’d love to hear…

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The Literary Kidnapper

So, you are new to college and suddenly you realize that the work in high school was just child’s play compared to the mountain of papers that await you during any given semester. This much work does not even leave room for much of a social life, and you start to panic. What can you do about this? While you stress, perhaps you meet a fellow student who suggests using someone else’s paper as your own, or perhaps you are even tempted to purchase one. You might also come across…

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Be a Star!

Would you like to be in a play without having to memorize lines? Well, this is your chance! The Department of Communication will hold open auditions Monday, Sept. 8 and Tuesday, Sept. 9 from 5:30-7:30 in the Comm Building conference room. We’re looking for voice actors, an assistant director, a technical director and a stage manager to participate in the radio drama production of “Saying Hello to Goodbye” for the fall semester’s Theatre of the Mind. No previous acting or radio experience is required. More info is available by contacting…

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