Faculty and students from the University’s Department of Nursing went on a medical mission trip to provide healthcare for impoverished communities in Haiti last month and are now accepting various donated supplies to assemble hygiene kits for next year’s mission.
Many debate whether or not having a college major plays a significant role in determining a person’s future career, although this is generally the number one question that students are asked.
Gilda Rogers and Sarah Klepner, representatives from the Timothy Thomas Fortune Project, gave a presentation on social activism and Timothy Thomas Fortune, a renowned journalist and civil rights activist, on Wednesday, Feb. 26.
Dr. Saliba Sarsar, political science professor and associate vice president for global initiatives at the University, received the award for academic excellence at the 10th Anniversary Gala for the American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP) on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
While movies and television have lately been plagued with the apocalyptic and zombie genres, few have really delved into the mind and emotions of the flesh-eating monsters. Rarely are the movies or shows ever written from their point of view, and they hardly ever have a zombie romance.