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EDSBS is running another charity drive for the Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services of Atlanta. For those who aren't familiar, donors are encouraged to list their favorite team with their donation, and the team with the most given gets a dedicated day on EDSBS.
Michigan won handily last year, and I think won the year before.
My suggestion: If you decide to make a donation, choose Slippery Rock as your school. This way, we can still have a tremendous impact, and if we win again, Spencer will have to do some real research for Slippery Rock's day.
The EDSBS page for the "Charity Bowl" is here: http://www.everydayshouldbesaturday.com/2013/5/6/4304556/the-edsbs-charity-bowl-2013-is-on
JuniorCooper posted this link in another thread and I thought it was realy good and hadn't known about it before. I didn't want it to get lost at the bottom of that thread, as I think it's good for others to know too.
Apparently there is a "Back-to-school fund" that helps former student-athletes finish up their degrees that left before they finished. This year, Greg Mathews, Shawn Crable, and former UM Women's Basketball player LaTara Jones are all earning their degrees as well. Good article and great support from former alumni. I love how James Hall is an instrumental part of this and understands how great it is for these former players to earn their degrees and complete goals that they maybe didn't realize were so vital to their future (and their kids' futures) at the time.
Thanks Juniorcooper for posting. And congrats to these former athletes as well.
They should have sent a poet.
So, suppose you were an engineering student at Michigan or any other selective engineering school. CE, EE, ME, automotive, manufacturing, design, ChemE, Environmental, any sub field at all.
What engineering/applied science -type people or organizations would you follow on Twitter and/or Facebook? I'm thinking internship info, job info, career info, academic info and funny stuff (engineering & science related).
Thanks for the help!