9 awesome DIY projects using old phones

A collection of old phones

Did you just get a smartphone upgrade? Congratulations! But before you sell your old phone or dump it in the darkest corner of your old junk drawer, consider putting it to good use by repurposing it. Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry because here are nine awesome DIY projects made with old phones to … Read more

Try these elegant yet simple home decor ideas

Try these elegant yet simple home decor ideas

After finally getting the keys to her first house, Moniefia Johnson was left with one question: “How do I make this space a home?” Through trial and error, she discovered simple home design ideas that create amazing impact – a delicate blend of style, functionality and self-expression to make your space beautiful, accessible and most … Read more

MOSS Building & Design wins the 2022 Chrysalis Award for the remodeling of historic Herndon Home

MOSS Building & Design wins the 2022 Chrysalis Award for the remodeling of historic Herndon Home

MOSS Building & Design is pleased to announce that it has won its third consecutive Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence. CHANTILLY, VA, June 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — MOSS Building & Design is pleased to announce that it has won its third consecutive Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence. 79 companies from across the United States that … Read more

You can sing, dance and try cricket or curling

You can sing, dance and try cricket or curling

Groovestand members, one of more than 300 student organizations, harmonize during a concert at Hendricks Chapel. Imagine finding yourself in the middle of a rugby scrum. Or maybe you want to explore the local farm-to-table food culture. On the other hand, how about taking the stage to serenade the audience with a three-part harmony? Still … Read more

Positioned to promote equity in public health

Dobor Tarley points to information on a board.

Dorbor Tarley ’22 (left) examined the positive impact of community-based health centers on maternal health inequalities. Throughout her childhood, Dorbor Tarley ’22 served as an interpreter when accompanying her parents to doctor’s appointments. Her parents fled the war in their home country of Liberia and lived in a refugee camp in Ivory Coast for many … Read more