Can you hear the calendar pages turning? Is it getting louder the closer we get to tax day? If you have already filed your 2019 return, congratulations... if you haven't, you're one of many. Even with the temps still below seasonal averages here in the Northeast, there's still a great reason to be thankful if you live in Massachusetts. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, it just may warm you up a bit to hear that Massachusetts residents have until July 15 to file this year.
We all know that this fast-spreading virus has captured our planet, forced us to #StayHome and put on hold all of our daily activities. From classes, to work as well as outdoor and social events. Yet, given our patented tenacious #studentpro spirit, we will not let little things like campus closures and the complete disruption of our daily lives spoil all of our activities. Instead, we adapt.
Hey everyone! My name is Tina; I am the Director of Counseling and Wellness at QCC and I wanted to provide you with some tips to manage your time at home. Ready?
Congratulations are in order for the newly elected president of the Student Government Association. Jorgo Gushi was elected last week. New to the position and excited to get started, Jorgo would like to share the following letter with fellow students:
As an instructor in the Respiratory Care Program, it’s my job to help students become intimately familiar with cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology. The human lung has nearly 20 segments and 5 lobes for them to learn and become comfortable navigating for techniques like bronchopulmonary drainage and bronchoscopy. Bronchoscopy is a procedure that requires navigating a bronchoscope (specialized suctioning tube with a camera on the end of it) into a patient’s airways to suction and obtain specimens.
Can you hear the calendar pages turning? Is it getting louder the closer we get to tax day? If you have already filed your 2018 return, congratulations... if you haven't, you're one of many. Even with the temps still below seasonal averages here in the Northeast, there's a still a great reason to be thankful if you live in Massachusetts.
One of the most important things we can do for our planet is to radically reduce our CO2 emissions, since they are a major contributor to global climate change. There are many lifestyle choices that can help accomplish this, however one change that is very easy to implement in everyday life is the