Do you love to write? Hope to find a career in journalism, public relations or other communications field after college? Or are you hoping to keep your current skills up to date to sculpt you into being a great candidate for a future job?
As I ascend the long red staircase of the Dolby Theater, it’s covered with women in flowing, elegant gowns, some livestreaming from their phones, some posing for photos to capture the moment. It felt like I was in a movie.
Interested in traveling throughout Europe in the warmer months of spring and summer, but don’t know where to begin? Join us at the Vogelweh Library on Wednesday, March 18 at 12:30 p.m. for an afternoon filled with all things spring and summer travel related.
In the middle of February, the federal government grants us a small reprieve from the doldrums of work with a three-day weekend. Officially known as Washington’s Birthday, it’s been confused as Presidents’ Day, Lincoln’s Birthday or something else altogether.
Masquerades, fancy balls and parades make up the joyous celebrations known as Carnival. Think of Mardi Gras in full swing. As you count down the days to Lent, it’s only natural to desire a feast before fasting. Events vary according to country and region.
Public Health Command Europe, Dental Health Command Europe and U.S. Army Europe Medical Materiel Center Europe crossed the threshold from junior enlisted to noncommissioned officers during an NCO Induction Ceremony Jan. 31 at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Chapel.
If skiing, EDM music and a huge party are your scenes, this is the event for you. From Mar. 14 -21, over 25,000 people from all over the world will flock to Alpe d’Huez, France for Tomorrowland Winter.
That classic combination of wine and hiking can be yours if you’re up for the trek to Schriesheim, an appealing town along the Bergstrasse on Feb. 2. This low-lying range of mountains is found just north of Heidelberg.