Twenty-seven Educational Opportunity Fund students were inducted into Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society Thursday, October 4.
Jeff Mass Educates Students About the Benefits of the Social Media Site
When students graduate college, one possible concern on their minds is finding a job. This past Wednesday, a seminar about LinkedIn was given to educate students of the benefits the service can provide.
President George Washington paid a visit to the University’s Bey Hall Young Auditorium last Thursday at 1 pm to celebrate Constitution Day.
The eCampus learning system provided by vendor Desire2Learn, made some changes over the summer to make room for a new version with updated features and interface changes.
The campus took one more step towards a greener initiative recently with the installation of two brand new recycling kiosks called the “Greenopolis Recycling Systems” in the Student Center and the MAC.
A group of four University students placed third last week at the Villanova Real Estate Challenge for the first time in the University’s history.
Students, faculty, and poetry enthusiasts gathered in Pollak Theatre last Tuesday, to hear the last installment of the Visiting Writer Series, Naomi Shihab Nye.
With approximately 1,320 student employees on campus since September, there are more of them than faculty members.
A rally to end the use of child soldiers was held on the steps of Wilson Hall early last Thursday. Students and faculty gathered to pay homage to children ages five to 15 who face torture, rape, crimes and even post-traumatic stress disorder.
The University community was on watch last week as a Hawk Alert was e-mailed regarding an unknown individual who attended a class in Howard Hall.