November 28, 2020

Alpha Phi Omega hosts day out for kids

April 3, 2017 Ellie Schuckman 0

Walking up to Loser Hall Lawn, people could hear music blasting in the distance. The sun shines bright from above as the sound of high-pitched laughter echoes and a bouncy house gently sways while children jump inside — Kids Day Out has officially kicked off. […]

Towers finally get Wi-Fi

April 2, 2017 Ellie Schuckman 0

At long last, Travers and Wolfe halls have Wi-Fi.

Central housing for all freshmen, the Towers’ lack of wireless internet connection has long been a hot-button issue, but as of Wednesday, March 29, the two buildings are ethernet-only no more. […]

Involvement fair gets cold shoulder

February 14, 2017 Ellie Schuckman 0

Small crowds, a few booths and a snow day defined the Spring 2017 Student Involvement Fair.

For the first time, campus organizations were split up over the course of four nights — Monday, Feb. 6, to Thursday, Feb. 9 — based on common topics or interests. […]

Cop Shop: Heroin happening sends people to hospital

December 7, 2016 Ellie Schuckman 0

On Friday, Nov. 4, at approximately 9:50 p.m., a Campus Police officer was dispatched to a Campus Town parking lot in reference to a possible fight near a white van. Upon the officer’s arrival, he observed two white males standing near the driver’s side door of a parked van, police said. […]

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