Today: Jun 16, 2024


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Mice found at Student Center Dunkin

Jeniece Roman – General Assignment Reporter The rumors are true; mice have been confirmed in the student center Dunkin Donuts, according to Brad Crerar, director of the Michael J. Adanti Student Center.

SGA allocates money for Giving Day prizes

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor To incentvize students to participate in the university’s upcoming Giving Day—which encourages alumni, students, faculty and others to donate monetary gifts to the institution—on April 1 the Student Government

SGA executive board voted on

Essence Boyd—Copy Editor & Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer After being reelected Student Government Association President Alexis Zhitomi, appointed the executive board that would serve beside her during the 2019-2020 academic year last week.

Student government discusses Board of Regents topics

Izzy Manzo — Photo Editor Four SGA members are being inducted into the national leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa, SGA announced during their weekly meeting on Oct. 25. Representatives-at-large Lupita Barajas,

Student profile: Zhitomi’s time in SGA

Essence Boyd—Copy Editor For a second year in the row, Alexis Zhitomi has been elected Student Government Association president after running against representativesat-large Benson Rodrigues and Isaiah Yopp. The three candidates were

SGA advocating for LEP change

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor & Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer The Student Government Association sent a statement to the Undergraduate Curriculum Forum and the Liberal Education Program Committee members stating they are advocating for the

SGA works toward LEP changes

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor A letter is being drafted on behalf of Student Government Association President Alexis Zhitomi to state the group’s position on the Liberal Education Policy’s foreign language requirement. For several

SGA plans forum centered on LEP

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor For at least five years the Student Government Association has been advocating for a reevaluation of the Liberal Education Program, primarily the foreign language requirement, according to SGA President

Spring week concert allocated additional funds

Victoria Bresnahan—News Editor The Student Government Association voted 15-1 in favor of allocating an additional $15,000 towards the spring week concert fund. The body sent out a four question survey to students

Free online textbooks considered for courses

J’Mari Hughes—Reporter Approximately five courses currently use Open Educational Resources, a free online textbook system, said Director of the Adanti Student Center Brad Crerar. “If the university can save someone 50 dollars

LEP will take on new look, no change

Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer While there have been no changes this year* to the Liberal Education Program there have been reinforcements of old rules, said LEP Co-Director Terri Bennett. This upcoming fall, students
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