Distinguished speaker finds success through connections

Distinguished speaker finds success through connections

Amber Cannon, Rocket Contributor
February 27, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

Many college students strive to become professionals. Many also want to find a job right out of graduation doing something they enjoy. Rock PRoductions welcomed a young professional, Sabrina Saunders as part of their Distinguished Speaker Series on Wednesday evening in Eisenburg auditorium. Saunders... Read more »

UPB’s agent looks for available artists that are in SRU’s budget

UPB’s agent looks for available artists that are in SRU’s budget

Stephanie Cheek, Assistant Campus Life Editor
February 27, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

Every spring and fall semester students look forward to the announcement of the performers of the semester concerts, but something that many do not understand is the process to get these artists and performances to the ARC or the Student Center Ballroom. “The beginning steps are two fold, one side... Read more »

Kate Middleton prepares for a style makeover

Kate Middleton prepares for a style makeover

Katie Ellis, Rocket Contributor
February 27, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

"Style icon" is a term that is regularly brought up in reference to Kate Middleton, who has become world famous for her impeccable sense of style over the last four years, since her engagement to Prince William in late 2010.  The Duchess undoubtedly makes great fashion choices for outings to the grocery... Read more »

How I Met Your Mother creates rules for dating

How I Met Your Mother creates rules for dating

Rebecca Marcucci, Campus Life editor
February 25, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

Suit up Mother Lovers! While you may still be sowing your wild oats just as the rest of the How I Met Your Mother characters seems to be settling down, let us not forget Barnacle’s sacred advice. As the series finale on March 31 is quickly approaching, many wonder whether their copies of The Bro... Read more »

MythBusters debunk science and fearlessness

Amber Cannon, Rocket Contributor
February 24, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

They came, they saw, they talked about blowing things up. Stars of the hit television show, MythBusters, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci, hosted an explosive event on Thursday night in the Smith Student Center Ballroom. Kicking off the event was a short video that brought Byron and Belleci out on stage... Read more »

Potter’s Guild teaches Slippery Rock community the art of ceramics

Potter’s Guild teaches Slippery Rock community the art of ceramics

Rebecca Marcucci, Campus Life Editor
February 20, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

Down a dimly lit alley on SRU’s campus, secluded from the rest of the sights and sounds is a place where some art students go to escape it all. Few have ventured there alone. Some say there is a lot of pot…tery!  While SRU’s Art Ceramics Building might not be among one of the campus’s prime... Read more »

Students take the plunge

Students take the plunge

Stephanie Cheek, Assistant Campus Life Editor
February 20, 2014
Filed under Campus Life, Photo Slideshows

Imagine standing in the cold in the middle of Moraine State Park preparing to make the leap, run, or walk into freezing water. This is exactly what six members of SRU Rock PRoductions, SRU’s on campus PR firm, did at this years Douse for a House: Polar Plunge. “This year I was the liaison between... Read more »

Black Action Society and NAACP celebrate African American history during Black History Month

Black Action Society and NAACP celebrate African American history during Black History Month

Janelle Wilson, Rocket Contributor
February 20, 2014
Filed under Campus Life, Multimedia

Black History Month came to SRU under the theme “Remembering our History; Building Our Future” and was celebrated with a variety of educational events, including those hosted by the SRU chapters of the Black Action Society (BAS) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). SRU’s... Read more »

Chanel and Vanderbilt among retro designers still influencing today’s generation

Chanel and Vanderbilt among retro designers still influencing today’s generation

Katie Ellis, Rocket Contributor
February 19, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

Women’s fashion would not be the phenomenon that it is without the influence of iconic designers of the past. These designers have helped to create the foundation for timeless pieces that women are still fond of today.  Diane von Furstenberg, Gloria Vanderbilt, and Coco Chanel made dresses and jeans... Read more »

The Monuments Men: A testosterone-packed war film about art?

The Monuments Men: A testosterone-packed war film about art?

Jimmy Graner, Rocket Contributor
February 13, 2014
Filed under Campus Life

Ever since I can remember, war-related films and documentaries have generally had a positive outcome whether it is at the box office or gaining popularity among audiences. Saving Private Ryan, Platoon, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, and most recently Lone Survivor are all prime examples of this... Read more »