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Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule

The EPA proposed a commonsense plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants on June 2, 2014. States, cities and businesses across the country are already taking action to address the risks of climate change. The EPA’s proposal builds on those actions and is flexible,  reflecting the important role of states as full partners with […]

Board unanimously approves proposed budget

The Santa Fe College Board of Trustees unanimously approved the college’s 2014-15 budget Tuesday evening. The proposed budget was presented to faculty and staff in a college-wide meeting Monday, June 16, where SF President Dr. Jackson Sasser emphasized the college’s commitment to respect employees and students by being fiscally responsible. “Santa Fe College continues its […]

Free screening of “Hungry for Justice: Spotlight on the South” directed by SF faculty Shelley Rogers

Free screening of “Hungry for Justice: Spotlight on the South” directed by SF faculty Shelley Rogers

You are invited to a free film screening, panel discussion and reception for the film, Hungry for Justice: Spotlight on the South.  Santa Fe College faculty member Shelley Rogers directed the film. The event will be held Saturday, May 10 at 7 p.m. at The Wooly in downtown Gainesville. This film tells the story of a local Florida […]

Facebook rolls out Messenger 5.0 update, adds new multimedia features

Facebook has rolled out a new update of its Messenger app. The new 5.0 update brings feature improvements to both Android and the iPhone. It has a new, streamlined design for sharing and accessing pictures and videos along with a new shortcut for downloading sticker packs. Users can download the Facebook Messenger 5.0 for iPhone and iPod from the Apple app store and […]

Multimedia content strategy: considering different formats & sizes

Once you’ve worked out these, you need to work out how you can meet the customer needs or wants through different content formats. It’s better to think beyond the blog and consider all the different channels that you can reach the customer on, and think to their particular advantages. In the next part, I’ll talk […]

More female programmers sought in St. Louis area

St. Louis has a computer programmer shortage. More startups are moving here. But there aren’t enough people to hire. One woman has the answer. “I’m a tech recruiter, so all day im looking for computer programmers. [The] majority are men,” Colleen Liebig said. She is trying to shatter the computer programmer glass ceiling for women […]

BASIC, the 50-Year-Old Computer Programming Language for Regular People

Computer coding ability has gotten especially hip recently. People who can’t code revere it as 21st century sorcery, while those who do it professionally are often driven to fits by it. And it was 50 years ago today, two Dartmouth professors debuted a coding language designed to be easy enough for anyone to use. The language that […]

Newton Aycliffe graphic designer overcomes setback to win national award

Newton Aycliffe graphic designer overcomes setback to win national award

A YOUNG graphic designer who set up his own business after being made redundant has received a national award. Adam Hill, of Creativehill, a graphic design and photography company in Newton Aycliffe, received a bronze regional headline award at the Scoot Headline Awards. To receive national recognition is a triumph for any businessman but it was […]

5 Graphic Design Tips for Social Media

Learning the basics of graphic design will help you create stand-out posts for your Facebook page, spread the word with engaging blog graphics and generate pinnable content. There are a few fundamental rules which will help you to create professional looking designs. These five simple tips will have you creating amazing blog graphics, social media […]

Career Service Council STAR luncheon

The Career Service Council is requesting the presence of all current Career Service Employees and contributing Friends of Career Service to a prestigious blue carpet event. The Career Service Tribute Award Luncheon will be held on Thursday, May 8, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Charles R. Perry Construction Institute (Building O). Your […]