Thrival Festival Reveals Their Lineup With Pancake Art Video [Watch]

first_imgComing to Pittsburgh, PA from September 23-24, Thrival Innovation + Music Festival has shared their lineup… with pancakes?Seriously though, the festival has used pancake art to share their 2016 lineup, which includes The Chainsmokers, Ty Dolla $ign, CHVRCHES, Thievery Corporation, Lettuce and more. If you don’t believe us, check out their video below:Thrival 2016 Music Lineup Announcement from Jordan Robarge on Vimeo.You can scope the full lineup below, and head to the festival’s website for more information.last_img read more

Warm welcome for Class of 2022

first_imgHarvard Yard woke from summer slumber on Monday even as a heat wave bore down on the region, with first-years taking a break from hefting boxes and suitcases into their dorms to exchange greetings with fellow members of the Class of 2022.Students and their families were welcomed by two other first-years — President Larry Bacow and Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Claudine Gay. Bacow and Gay joined Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana and Dean of Students Katherine (Katie) O’Dair on their traditional walk around the Yard. Together, the group chatted with first-years and their parents.As the temperature climbed toward 90 degrees, teams of peer advisers and College staff were quick to provide assistance to the 1,655 students who make up the class. A record 16.6 percent of class members are the first in their families to attend college, compared with 14.9 percent last year. The group is 50.3 percent male, 49.7 percent female. African-Americans make up 14.5 percent of the class, Asian Americans 22.7 percent, Latinos 10.8 percent, and Native Americans and Native Hawaiians 2.3 percent.The first day of classes is Sept. 4. The new First-Year Retreat and Experience program was among several pre-orientation options available to students.last_img read more

CUs top banks when serving members’ financial well being

first_imgCredit unions are far better than banks at serving their members’ feelings of well-being, according to a recent study from Gallup. According to the research, credit unions appear to be at their best far more often than banks, and the research shows meaningful differences between customers and members regarding perceptions of the financial wellbeing support their institutions offer.“Credit unions have built strong member relationships by using a personal approach, thoughtful products and member-centric service models to help members manage their finances — and 46% of members strongly agree their credit union does,” the report reads. “The credit union business model and member-centric ethic also enhance members’ belief that the credit union has its members’ best interests at heart. This all adds up to help credit unions create better perceptions of financial wellbeing support among their customers.“The feeling credit union members enjoy — of being cared for and looked after by trusted advisers — is real. It’s not marketing,” it adds.The gap in perspective is most evident when looking at which statements consumers agree with about the priorities of their institution: continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more