Recently several columns in the CT Mirror show how divided individuals are regarding the consolidation plan to merge the state’s community colleges into one entity. This proposal appears to be the opening salvo in a war designed to dismantle the community college system as we know it.
Educating people of all ages from the fifth grade through college and beyond concerning the dangerous health risks associated with vaping is essential in order for individuals to make informed decisions regarding whether to vape.
This fall approximately 28,674 students will be entering and or returning to our Connecticut State University System. For example, about 960 freshmen will be entering Eastern Connecticut State University the last week of August. These first time students will face new and exciting times. They will also encounter challenges, such as stress and anxiety. One of the main ways for them to reduce stress and anxiety is to manage their time effectively.
Local town and gown committees might be interested to know that Connecticut college students don’t drink as much as people think they do — or even as much as they, themselves, think they do. Both the community at large and the students themselves have misconceptions about how much students drink.