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Emergency preparedness training educates students on potential campus emergencies

Adam Zook, Rocket Contributor

February 2, 2017

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The SRU Health and Safety Department hosted an Emergency Preparedness program on Thursday to help educate students on situations like active shooters and fire drills. Paul Novak, interim executive director of planning and e... Read more »

Blotter 2/2/17

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

February 2, 2017

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Campus January 27- Police assisted PSP for an intoxicated person at the Grove who needed transportation to the Health Center. January 28- Kaley Booher, 20, Emily Lebron, 19 and Jordan Mann, 19, were charged with alcohol... Read more »

Spotts gets new renovations to improve student learning environment

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

January 26, 2017

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The Spotts World Culture Building has gone under some new renovations which added more study space and replaced outdated areas of the building. Along with the new study spaces located throughout the building, areas of the building... Read more »

Blotter 1/26/2017

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

January 26, 2017

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Campus January 9- Police received an alarm on the first floor of Rhoads Hall for low water flow. Officers discovered that a water line ruptured and caused extensive damage to the Health Center. Maintenance was notified and... Read more »

New course offers music workshop to students

Adam Zook, Rocket Contributor

January 26, 2017

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A new program in the music department aims to familiarize students with modern music technology, as opposed to the historical figures such as Bach or Mozart. Cassandra Eisenreich, music education and performance director at... Read more »

Search for new university president in early stages, developing search committee

Daniel DiFabio, News Editor

January 26, 2017

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The search for a new university president is currently underway, with the state system and university still in the process of selecting members for the search committee. Current president Cheryl Norton announced that she was... Read more »

Lamda Pi Eta sponsoring “Stocking for Soldiers” community service project

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

December 14, 2016

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The Communication Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta sponsored a community service project known as "Stocking for Soldiers" which started on December 5 and will run through the remainder of finals week. This care package program allows... Read more »

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