‘Burgers and Ballots’ rally encourages students to register to vote in November’s election

Ron Owens, Rocket Contributor

October 23, 2014

Filed under Campus Life

Towering in front of the quad gazebo, a Rosie the Riveter inflatable balloon could be seen by all students walking to their classes during common hour on Tuesday to draw attention to the non-partisan rally being hosted in the... Read more »

Student-run dodgeball tournament provides aid to Butler Humane Society

Katie Ellis, Campus Life Editor

October 23, 2014

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Rock PRoductions is joining with the Butler County Humane Society for their third Dodge for Paws dodgeball tournament on Nov. 8, to raise money to benefit the organization’s efforts to help animals in need, and find rescued... Read more »

‘It’s Pronounced Metrosexual’ explores snap judgements, identity and oppression using humor

Kelsey Phillips, Rocket Contributor

October 22, 2014

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“So, I’m not gay,” were the opening words of Sam Killerman’s comedy show, “It’s Pronounced Metrosexual,” about snap judgments, identity and oppression Tuesday evening. The comedy show was part of Pride Week, which... Read more »

Macoskey Center documentary honors late professor and the center’s sustainability efforts

Jocelyne Lemay, Rocket Contributor

October 22, 2014

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On Thursday, Oct. 23, a new documentary written, directed, and produced by three Slippery Rock University students was shown at the Robert Smith Student Center titled, "Macoskey's ALTER: Missionaries of Sustainability.” Arthur... Read more »

Retailers go pink to support women during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Katie Ellis, Campus Life Editor

October 22, 2014

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is once again upon the country as millions of people across the United States join together to honor the women who are fighting, have fought, or have lost their battle to the disease that... Read more »

Ask Andi

Andi, Rocket Contributor

October 22, 2014

Filed under Campus Life

Dear Andi, I live in a room with three other girls and lately I feel like they’ve been ganging up on me. They always hang in a different room with the door closed as if they’re holding a secret... Read more »

‘Gone Girl,’ fizzles out with a flimsy plot, gimmicky suspense and stereotyping

Janelle Wilson, Asst. Campus Life Editor

October 16, 2014

Filed under Campus Life

“Gone Girl,” based off of a book of the same name, came in strong in the beginning, shocked viewers with plot twists in the middle, but still managed to fizzle out by the end. The movie relied too heavily on a flimsy plot... Read more »