Health center offers free flu shots

Kevin Squires, Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2014

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Police Blotter

Amber Cannon, Assistant News Editor

September 4, 2014

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Borough Aug. 2 - Tayler Sankey was cited for disorderly house after the department received a noise complaint from his apartment. ... Read more »

Safety department develops new emergency-simulation lab to prepare students for workforce

Janelle Wilson, Asst. Campus Life Editor

September 4, 2014

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The safety management department developed a new Emergency Preparedness and Fire Protection Center (EPFPC) this semester to teach students how to use advanced safety technology they will encounter in their careers. Safety department... Read more »

The Grove brings mixed reactions

Amber Cannon, Assistant News Editor

August 28, 2014

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Go Grove or go home? Choosing between the two options have been pretty easy to some students as they moved into their brand new homes at The Grove this past weekend. Students have been anticipating... Read more »

SCALE-UP classroom offers student engagement

Jillian Wilcox, Rocket Contributor

August 28, 2014

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A new and unique large-scale lab called SCALE-UP that holds almost 110 students was introduced to students this week in North Hall’s former faculty dining room. ... Read more »

Police Blotter

Amber Cannon, Assistant News Editor

August 28, 2014

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Campus Aug.  2  – Burnt food set off a fire alarm in Building D. The alarm was checked and reset. Aug.   6  – Burnt food set off a fire alarm in Building A. The... Read more »

Norton scholars study transgender health behaviors, brain activity

Kevin Squires, Assistant News Editor

May 4, 2014

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For President Cheryl J. Norton, there may not be any better way to demonstrate success than through research. It was for that reason that she and her husband, Henry Norton, founded the Norton Undergraduate Research Scholarship. “I’ve... Read more »