Designs and Dodecahedrons: The secret lives of teachers

Physics Instructor. Michael Woodcox says his abilities in cubing are due to innate stubbornness.

SPRING 2017: “I love seeing teachers outside of school. It’s like seeing a dog walk on its hind legs.” – Janis Ian, Mean Girls.  Have you ever considered what your instructors do outside the classroom? Believe it or not, the faculty at Sullivan Tech have more than a few tricks up their sleeves, and they aren’t as unexpected as you might thin...

3 Students Win Prestigious Awards

Heart Health, an app designed by Jakob Bradshaw went on to win a Silver ADDY award, competing against other winning student designs from Kentucky, West Virginia, and Ohio. His design will advance to the highly-regarded National ADDY competition.

  SPRING 2017: On Friday evening, the twenty fourth of February, the Henry Clay was bursting with glamour, fashion, and advertising. Louisville’s top advertising professionals gathered to applaud the best work of 2016. The Louie Awards Gala is an annual event sponsored by the American Advertising Federation that recognizes excellence in ...

To Network or Not…How Ditching My Comfort Zone was the Best Decision Ever

Erika Mendez

TO BE FAIR, I AM NO EXPERT at life nor any networking connoisseur by any standard, however college really allowed me to come out of my shell. When I was in high school people always tried to force me to talk, but I just observed closely. Once in college, I loved what I was doing and who I was around, and I think that propelled me enough to jump ...

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