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Blotter 10/28/16

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

October 29, 2016

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Campus October 21- Police were called about a reported theft at the Rec Center, case is under investigation. October 21- Person reported damage to their vehicle in the Stadium Lot C, case is under investigation. October... Read more »

College of liberal arts continues search for new dean

Adam Zook, Rocket Contributor

October 27, 2016

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The college of liberal arts is currently searching for a new dean, with a committee reviewing applicants who interview for the position. Keith Dils, current dean of education, said the committee is made up of faculty, staff... Read more »

Students host cyber security fair that draws awareness to new issues in tech

Rebecca Koch, Rocket Contributor

October 27, 2016

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Students enrolled in a cyber security class held a fair today in the Smith Student Center ballroom that brought awareness to issues that can occur from using online features. Stephen Larson, who teaches the cyber security class... Read more »

SGA recognizes six new clubs and organizations on campus

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

October 26, 2016

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Slippery Rock Student Government Association continued to add new clubs and organizations with the addition of six more, which will give students more opportunities to find a club for them. SGA has continued to broaden the... Read more »

Strike ends as PASSHE and APSCUF reach tentative contract agreement

Daniel DiFabio, News Editor

October 25, 2016

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Faculty members of the schools in the state system stopped striking on Friday after a tentative contract was reached between APSCUF and PASSHE. Ben Shaevitz, president of the SRU chapter of APSCUF and physics professor, said... Read more »

SRU English professor enters play for Pulitzer Prize consideration

Haley Potter, Rocket Contributor

October 20, 2016

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An English professor at SRU submitted a play he created for nomination of a Pulitzer Prize. Dr. Timothy Ruppert, an English professor, said the play is set in 1556 England and is titled 'The Consorts,' dealing with the last... Read more »

Blotter 10/21/16

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

October 20, 2016

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Campus October 15- Keegan Alloway, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation after police found him throwing up and unable to listen to commands in the West Lake parking lot. October 15- Chad Lemasters, 19, was charged with... Read more »

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