ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR,
ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR,
Honors School Sends Eight Students to Boston Research Conference
The University’s Honors School sent eight students to the National Collegiate Honors Council’s (NCHC) annual conference from Nov. 7 to Nov 11 in Boston, MA, where one student won an award for their poster presentation.
The University community welcomed comic artist and writer Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez on Thursday, Oct. 11 in Wilson Hall Auditorium to talk about the cultural significance of the Afro-Latina superhero he created, La Borinqueña.
The University held the first ever opening ceremony for Hispanic Heritage Month on Monday, Sept. 17, marking the beginning of a series that will run through Friday, Oct. 19.
The University’s Student Government Association (SGA) is launching The Nest, a food pantry that will be open later this semester to provide non-perishable items to serve food insecure students on campus.
With the recent rise in popularity of e-cigarettes, vape pens, and JUULs, a new conversation has started that questions their effects on user health.
Water Main Break in Student Center Repaired by Independent Contractor
The Rebecca Stafford Student Center had a water main break on Wednesday, April 4, which resulted in the facility losing water and food services until Thursday afternoon.
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Professor of Biology Michael Palladino, Ph.D., is a part of a team of authors that published the twelfth edition of Concepts of Genetics in January 2018.
A delegation from the University’s Student Government Association (SGA) held a workshop for other leadership organizations from across the country at the annual Conference on Student Government Associations (COSGA) on Feb. 24th in Houston, TX.
The University celebrated the completion of the $40 million Thomas A. Edison Science Hall construction with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
The University commemorated the start of African American History Month with its annual Flag Raising Ceremony on Feb. 1 in front of Wilson Hall.