Tag: Students

SCVNews.com | COC Students Chosen for Architecture, Interior Design Exhibit

Three College of the Canyons architecture and interior design students have been selected to participate in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Los Angeles 2×8 Student Competition, Exhibition and Scholarship program.

Daniel Lemus, Claire Ross and Stephanie Moretta-Hidalgo will be representing COC, which was one of only three community colleges selected for this virtual exhibit, which opens on Thursday, Nov. 5.

Competing in this prestigious exhibition will also provide the students with the opportunity to potentially receive scholarships to further their architecture or design studies.

“I am so proud to have College of the Canyons be one of the few


The best students laptops 2020

Welcome to our pick of the best students laptops 2020. Here you’ll find the very best student laptops with all types of students in mind. Regardless of what you’re studying, and whether you’re attending school, college or university remotely or otherwise, we’ll have the perfect laptop to suit your needs.

The best student laptops will be able to deal with whatever you throw at them, so plenty of power, storage and a durable build will be a must. It means finding something that’s future-proof for at least the next three years, and low maintenance while you’re using it. 

Other considerations


NIFT Admissions 2020 for J&K Students; Eligibility, Exam Dates, Application and Admission Process

The details of NIFT admissions 2020 for J&K students have been given here. Candidates can find the eligibility, exam dates, application process and admission process of NIFT for the candidates of J&K.

NIFT Admissions for J&K Students

Confused about your exam or college applications?

The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has started inviting applications for admission to the course of Bachelor of Design (B.Des) offered to candidates with J&K and Ladakh domicile. All aspirants of the state who are interested in securing admission in the B.Des course at NIFT Srinagar will have to appear


Hines College Students Win AIA Houston Design Award for Third Ward “Libromat”


UHCOAD award-winning “Libromat” (renders by Jing Ye)

The University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design was represented again among this year’s 2020 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Houston Chapter Annual Design Awards, with students recognized alongside alumni and College faculty. The prestigious awards highlight design excellence throughout the country’s fourth largest city in the areas of architecture, residential architecture, interior architecture, restoration/renovation, and urban design. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards were held virtually.

The College’s spring 2020 semester 3501 Interior Architecture Design Studio won an award for its Libromat, a combination


As colleges battle COVID outbreaks, Fauci warns them not to send students home

by Robin Foster, E.j. Mundell

As colleges battle COVID outbreaks, fauci warns them not to send students home

Colleges across America struggled to control coronavirus outbreaks on campus, even as Dr. Anthony Fauci warned on Wednesday that sending students home after an outbreak is “the worst thing you could do.”

Universities continue to be hit with alarming infection rates, and many have already switched to online learning, the Washington Post reported. In some instances, students have been told to move out of their dorms and return home, the newspaper said.

But Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, told NBC’s “Today” show that it was important to ensure that infected students are placed