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Cuisine with Casanda: Sautéed Mushrooms

Casanda Anderson

Senior Reporter

If you are looking for a hearty, healthy and satisfying meal, try this inexpensive mushroom dish. These sautéed mushrooms can be served as a side or a main dish.


1 pound mushrooms (your preference) 1 stick softened butter (cut into four equal pieces)

1/2 large onion 2 1/2 tablespoons thyme         4 cloves garlic 1 tablespoon of canola oil

Cuisine with Casanda: Lemon Cucumber salad easy snack

Casanda Anderson

Senior Reporter

This edition’s Cuisine with Casanda features a refreshing salad that is light on your pocket. This salad is perfect for any season and can be served as a light snack or appetizer. Here is a list of ingredients and the procedure to help bring some leafy-green fun to your day.

How to get the most out of a student internship

Sumra Hayden


Attending college is essential in today’s society. However, many students also need to have experience in their fields of study for an entry-level position.

Internships allow students to get the experience they need in the careers they plan to pursue. Dr. Van Roberts, associate professor of Communication, advises students to plan in advance for prospective internships.

How to: Use OrgSync

Kathleen Gartman


OrgSync is an online social community that allows people to connect and promote events on campus. The W began using OrgSync last year, but there are still many who don’t understand how to navigate the website. The first step is making sure you have a profile. W students can use their email address to register and create a profile at

One of the benefits to OrgSync is creating groups. You can use your profile to create a group and begin tracking or planning events. To create a group, go to the Organizations tab on the “Community Home” page. On the right side of the screen, you will see a button that says “Register New Organization.” This will take you to a form that you will need to fill out, as well as allow you to choose an advisor and inform them of your group. 

How-to: Interview Etiquette

Megan Withrow


Going to an interview can be extremely scary and overwhelming. Most of us have tons of questions about how we should dress, when we should arrive and how to act. Here are some tips and tricks from Towanda Williams, career specialist at The W, that will help people breathe more easily throughout the interviewing process. 

What should one wear to an interview?

How to: change a tire

Eric Wiggins


Changing a tire can seem like a daunting task for someone who hasn't done it before. However, it is a very easy and safe procedure, as long as you know how to do it properly.

In the event of a flat, the first thing you need to do is make sure your car is on level, stable ground. A parking lot is ideal, but if there isn't one available, pull as far over onto the shoulder of the road as you can. While the car is still on the ground, use a tire iron to loosen the lug nuts. Do not fully remove the lug nuts until the car is completely off the ground.

How to: Reserve a space for an event on campus

Frederick L. Brown


Reserving buildings on campus for events can sometimes be difficult, especially if you are unaware of the process. Throughout the semester, there are a lot of fun activities and events produced for students and faculty. Social clubs and other organizations on campus go through a lengthy process of making sure that their events are well-planned.

Resources Management, located in Whitfield Hall, is the place to go for forms and supportive staff members who will help you find a location on campus for your event. The department deals with property matters, including apartments for faculty and staff.