Business / Education / National

Generation Z feels far less prepared to enter workforce than previous generations

Ellucian, a provider of software and services built to power higher education, published findings of its survey “Credential Clout: How Higher Ed Can Prepare for an Evolving Job Market.” The survey, conducted in the U.S. by Wakefield Research, queried 500 students currently enrolled in a college or credential program aged 18-45, and 500 recruiters and … Continue reading

Campus Life / Local

NSU cancels classes, registration and basketball games for Saturday; closed Sunday through Tuesday, registration to be extended

Due to the forecast of the impending snow storm, Norfolk State University canceled classes, registration and home basketball games scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 7. The university will also be closed Sunday through Tuesday. The university is requesting that all essential personnel still report to work in order to properly service on campus resident students. In a statement released … Continue reading


Norfolk prepares for winter storm

NORFOLK, VA – The City of Norfolk is opening three garages to provide residents a place to park their vehicles during the upcoming snow.  Residents who normally park on the street are encouraged to use these garages in order for City plows to easily clear roadways of snow: Waterside Garage – 50 Martin’s Lane Boush … Continue reading