How to Monetize Your Gameplay

Sammy Rich on Sep 14, 2020 10:45:00 AM

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If you’re anything like me, by this point in the year you’ve stopped paying mind to the day on the calendar and have fully embraced the Groundhog Day lifestyle.

For me, and for many others it seems, this has been a rife opportunity to go through a backlog of things you’ve always meant to enjoy. Maybe during this time you’ve picked up a new hobby, possibly inspired by our article from a few months ago about some fun titles to get you interested in video games. You're not alone. In fact, a third of all Americans have been playing more games.

Did you know there’s a way to make a little extra money by playing video games?

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The Banjo: Far From The ‘Redneck’ Instrument

Sammy Rich on Sep 7, 2020 11:30:00 AM

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The banjo gets a bad reputation. People dismiss the instrument as a cheaper version of the guitar, meant only for rednecks who live next to the bayou and live off catfish while wrestling ‘gators. However, the banjo is more than just a guitar with some twang.

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Instructor Highlight: Connie Irick

Sammy Rich on Aug 24, 2020 12:39:43 PM

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Elementary school music teacher Connie Irick values sharing the skills she has learned with others. This was no different after the tragic loss of a friend, where the healing she received inspired her to help others heal.

To that end, Irick will be instructing an upcoming class on the Grief Recovery Method for Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training.

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More Than Just An Internship

Sammy Rich on Aug 17, 2020 12:28:48 PM

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Saroj Lamicchane in the first episode of his podcast, "givingBack."

Still new to the United States after leaving his home country of Nepal, Saroj Lamicchane began his first year of school at Idaho State University studying Business Informatics. Fast forward four years later and he is walking across the stage to receive a diploma for Multiplatform Journalism, optimistic about the road ahead.

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Doing Things A Little Differently

Sammy Rich on Aug 3, 2020 10:47:58 AM

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As the fall semester nears, schools and universities across the world are still having to learn how to deal with the new realities of life, and Idaho is no exception. Social distancing measures have made educators find ways to adapt familiar learning practices into something different.

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Upcoming Changes: What to Expect in CEWT’s 2020 Fall Catalog

Sammy Rich on Jul 20, 2020 9:30:00 AM

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Most are still adapting to the “new normal” of reality in the midst of a pandemic. For Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT), this has led to offering our summer courses entirely online via Zoom lectures.

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Did You Know? Oregon Trail Markers

Arlen Walker on Jul 7, 2020 9:45:00 AM

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Pocatello has been home to one of the earliest Oregon Trail markers for more than 100 years. However, it has been out of general public view since the 1990s.

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Kayaking: A Must-Do Activity

Jennifer Ibeabuchi on Jul 6, 2020 1:11:14 PM

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My first experience kayaking was an experience I will never forget. Kayaking wasn't an activity I ever thought I would engage in, let alone enjoy. Culturally, non-land activities such as kayaking and other water sports were deemed as unnecessary and borderline dangerous.

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Celebrating Independence Day Safely

Sammy Rich on Jun 29, 2020 10:45:00 AM

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As you’ve probably already expected by now, this year’s Fourth of July, as with many other holidays, will look completely different.

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Why You Should Be Studying Online

Sammy Rich on Jun 22, 2020 10:15:00 AM

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This year has provided all of us with the opportunity for change. Be that getting more exercise, getting back into an old hobby, or preparing for a career change, planning to better your future is always a good thing. To meet that end, you might want to consider obtaining additional skills or continuing your education in a field that will lead to a rewarding, long-term career.

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