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Blotter 3/17/15

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

March 17, 2016

Filed under News

Campus February 25- Michelle Baker, 20, was charged with defiant trespass. February 27- Joseph Nania, 18, was arrested for underage drinking after police observed him punching a tree and falling to the ground in the East... Read more »

SGA elects new senators, buys “little tubas”

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

March 15, 2016

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Slippery Rock Student Government Association awarded $11,890 to SRU Wind Ensemble and elected two new senators Monday night. Wind Ensemble will use this money to purchase two new euphoniums, which club president Clint Bleil d... Read more »

New financial aid deadline allows students to apply for aid earlier

Dan DiFabio, Contributor

March 3, 2016

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Applying for financial aid is an important step for incoming and current students in college. According to a 2015-2016 Princeton Review Survey, 93 percent of incoming freshmen and 94 percent of all other undergraduate students ... Read more »

Students stand with CSIL, say ‘separate is inherently unequal’

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

March 2, 2016

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Passions arose at a student gathering Tuesday night, which sought to organize a response to the Slippery Rock University administration's plans to move underrepresented groups within the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership... Read more »

Slippery Rock cited for three water quality violations

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

February 25, 2016

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Slippery Rock's municipal authority failed to comply with sampling procedures for two water contaminants, resulting in a string of violations reported to Slippery Rock residents by mailer on Feb. 16. Paul Dickey, the supervis... Read more »

Blotter 2/25/16

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

February 25, 2016

Filed under News

Campus February 19- Rasheed Alramahy, 18, was charged with a drug violation after a Rhoads Hall CA reported the smell of marijuana. February 19- Dominic Deramo, 19, was charged with a drug violation after a Building F CA... Read more »

Provost discusses academic, institutional changes with SGA

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

February 23, 2016

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New academic programs and renovations were among many institutional changes Slippery Rock University Provost Philip Way discussed with those in attendance at Monday's student government meeting. Three new bachelor degrees, including homela... Read more »