How to Eat Healthy as a Graduate Student

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By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer In today’s fast-paced society, people expect answers ASAP. People are constantly replying to emails, taking phone calls, completing projects and homework, and overall are go-go-go! Sometimes, it’s difficult to eat healthy when you’re just looking for the most convenient thing that will calm the storm occurring in your belly. If […]

Faculty Column: Does anyone know how to pick stocks?

By Professor Lena Booth As a finance professor, students and friends often ask me if I have any stock tips. My typical response is “If I do, I would be out there making big bucks, sipping Margaritas on the beach, and not work another day”.  Well, without illegally using privileged insider information, does anyone really […]

Spring 2014 Registration is almost here!

By The Registrar’s Office Monday, November 11, 2013 through Sunday, November 17, 2013 How do I register? Registration is managed by each student registering themselves on “Access Thunderbird,” which can be accessed on the left side of your MTB homepage or by clicking here.  Go to the Students Menu then click Register for Classes.  Be […]

To schedule or not to schedule… that is the question.

By Kelly Swanson On-Demand studies are very demanding. That means you’re either going to struggle or rise to the occasion of high demand learning and punch the accelerator! I have had a pretty challenging time (still) with some of my courses because I am learning. Unlike English, Psychology, and Sociology, I struggle with Math, Accounting, […]