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by Guest Writer Robert Taylor
Folsom Lake College's dance company MOSAIC is holding auditions for this semester soon! MOSAIC is a dance family of diversity: ages, ethnicities, social and cultural backgrounds, and a MOSAIC of dance styles. With education and advancement as their goal, dance as their catalyst: MOSAIC Dance Company performs and tours throughout California acting as ambassadors for our community through dance performances and outreach education and youth projects.
How soon are auditions? Well, auditions are Monday, September 11, 2017 at noon in PE room 203! Auditions are $5.00 and a headshot and or resume are required! If you wanna build up that dance resume this is the perfect opportunity for you to do so!
by Shaelyn Saraceni
Fake it till you make it is some of the best advice I can give first year college students. For those who are feeling anxious about beginning their collegiate journey, know that you are not alone, and things do get easier.
On my first day of college, I was nervous and anxious. I had graduated from high school only weeks before and decided to take a summer class at the college. The professor was amazing, and I ended up taking another one of her classes the Spring semester of my first year. As the Fall semester rolled around, I realized three of the biggest differences between high school and college: the professors place the responsibility of passing or failing solely on the student (but will help you succeed if you work hard), students and professors can develop mutual respect and lasting connections, and it is more important for students to progress good critical thinking and time-management skills than memorize facts.
by Shania Pence
The fall semester is starting! Students are either dreading or anticipating the first week of classes. Either way, there are some anxieties that go along with a new semester. Here is your Folsom Lake College guide to the easiest start to the semester.
Parking can be a nightmare. Lines for getting a daily parking pass can be long. Driving around to find a parking spot can take forever. But there are simple solutions! If it makes sense, buy a semesterly parking pass or use public transportation. To find a parking spot, make sure to show up early for the first week (ideally, the first two to three weeks).
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