That glittering ball in Times Square may be the best-known object dropping on New Year's Eve, but it's by no means the weirdest.There's stiff competition in that category: Everything from a fish to a shoe to a giant candy Peep will descend on Saturday to welcome in 2017. That glittering ball in Times Square may be the best-known object dropping on New Year's Eve, but it's by no means the weirdest.During an instant-messaging session, students ask career-related questions and can learn about opportunities such as internships and coops.Students are also encouraged by CCPD to continue the discussions by connecting with alumni through Linked In, email, or phone.With New Year's Eve two weeks away, now is the time to plot your celebration.The Lehigh Valley boasts a full slate of festivities, many requiring tickets or reservations, so you'll want to avoid scrambling for plans at the last minute.for Queen City's free end-of-the-year bash, scored by one of the Valley's top R&B acts.
If you'll be drinking for the evening, remember that LANta bus service will be free after 6 p.m.
In the course, students learn that the book as an intermedia art form exists in an experimental terrain that challenges traditional disciplinary boundaries.
It further speaks to our multimedia digital environment, by referencing systems and codes as well as themes such as mapping, delay, travel, utopia, obsolescence, emptiness and socially engaged art.
on New Year's Eve, thanks to an agreement between the transportation authority and the firm Aaroe Law.
Gather outside Lehigh County Government Center at 10 p.m.
Lehigh’s Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) is providing valuable networking and mentoring opportunities for students from alumni who have similar professional fields of interest or experience.