Whether you’re single or a geographic bachelor, the Single Marine Program (SMP) provides a place to bond with other Marines while having fun and making a difference.
When most people think of libraries, they usually think books. Anyone working in a library today, however, knows that they are so much more than just books. In recent years, many public and academic libraries have begun to develop spaces for activities that both teach and empower patrons to try new and emerging technologies to explore the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) realms.
Did you know that just 20 minutes of moderate exercise can help combat feelings related to stress and improve your mood?
Trying to start the New Year off by doing something good? The perfect opportunity is right in your own backyard! January is National Mentoring Month and a time to lend skills and support to your local community.
What are you hoping to achieve in 2018? Here are some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, as well as some tips to help you achieve your goals.
Parents of children with special needs often have unique financial concerns. Are you aware of all the tax deductions and credits you are entitled to?
As Marines, one of the most important rights you fight to defend is the right to vote. Recent elections have been decided by a margin of victory of less than 0.1%, so every vote truly does matter. With the 2018 voting season quickly approaching, voters should understand their voting rights and how to register and successfully vote.
The distinctive look of the Marine Corps uniforms is one that is recognized all around the world. But do you know how they came to be? Check out the historical significance of these important uniform items.
Check out the five most read stories by Marines and their families from this past year. Did your favorite make the cut?
It’s easy to misjudge how long the effects of alcohol will last. Many people believe they will begin to sober up — and be able to drive safely — once they stop drinking and have a cup of coffee. But the truth is that alcohol continues to affect the brain and body long after finishing that last drink.