Excited to build lasting legacies

After saying goodbye to nine graduating seniors The Rocket Staff will look for continued improvement next year despite massive turnover and an unfilled position. Graduating...

Diversity on the decline

The number of international students enrolled at SRU has gone down by 39 percent since 2015, making SRU a less diverse campus, according to...

The state of racial diversity of SRU’s faculty

When a community member questioned SRU President William Behre about the diversity of SRU’s faculty and staff at a townhall on Feb. 18, his...
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Dunlop appointed as SGA president

At its final formal meeting of the semester, the Slippery Rock Student Government Association (SGA) confirmed Nicole Dunlop, a sophomore homeland security major, as...

SGA officially opens Bob’s Market

The Slippery Rock Student Government Association (SGA) accomplished a year-long task by officially opening Bob's Market at the Macoskey Center's Earth Day celebration Saturday...

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April 25 - A person went to the police station and stated that while parked in West Lake Commuter Lot, their vehicle was struck....

The future of social justice

Maggie Calvert believes that she is in the best position to help promote diversity and civil discourse at SRU. Just weeks ago, she was...

A decade of assistance

Petroleum and natural gas engineering is a young program at SRU, but has received another sign of support in the form of a $2.4...

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