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Without an iPad, Karly Reigel, an incoming freshman at Hood College, may have been studying elementary and special education elsewhere
More than 140 bicyclists strapped on a helmet and let their blinking safety lights lead the way during Bike to Work Day.
The parking lot of Hood College's Whitaker Campus Center will serve as a temporary bicycle shop for three hours Sunday afternoon for the first Bike to Work Day preparation event.
The ROTC program at Hood College is still establishing itself on campus — it's about to commission its third class of officers at the end of the semester — but cadets, who say they've come a long way in raising awareness about the program, plan to increase its community presence.
Shirley Conner Hardinge, a 1944 graduate, left the college $1 million to fund international programs. The gift will establish an endowment for a center for global studies, according to a release from the college.
The nursing curriculum will be offered in the fall.
Mike Adler's fascination with Joseph Stalin and Russian history began with a book about Adolph Hitler and the Nazis he read as a teenager growing up in Los Angeles.
Monocacy Elementary School have had the chance to experience college by going to classes and participating in events.
In its continuing efforts to become more environmentally friendly, Hood College this month introduced its Campus Safety Bike Program, which allows students to borrow bicycles for free.
Prospective students visiting Hood College already receive a look into life at the college. Soon, they'll get a taste of it, too.