Members of the Class of 2009 received an unexpected notification this month that their SUNet ID “for life” privileges might, in fact, suffer a premature death.
Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL, gave an Entrepreneurship Week (E-Week) lecture Wednesday afternoon, where he discussed the ups and downs of entrepreneurship and the essential principles for success of any initiative — business or otherwise.
Although former justice Albie Sachs’ 15 years as a judge on the Constitutional Court of South Africa have been marked by socially progressive decisions, his lecture “Does the Law Have a Sense of Humor?” focused mainly on his lifelong advocacy for the power of humor.
Ever wonder what the deal was with that one-unit class on Disney films being taught by the guy down the hall last spring? This is just one example of a Student Initiated Course (SIC), a laid-back, discussion-based class option worthy of consideration.