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Blotter 11/18/16

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

November 17, 2016

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Campus November 12- Police observed a person carrying a traffic barricade along Stadium Drive, and the person was stopped and transported to the Health Center for observation. Charges are pending for underage consumption. November... Read more »

Leadership Development Center offers courses to train faculty and staff

Rebecca Koch, Rocket Contributor

November 17, 2016

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The Leadership Development Center held two sessions this week, one about staying secure in cyberspace and the other dealing with violence prevention. The two sessionsĀ are just some that the center has held throughout the semester,... Read more »

SRU students give their reasons for choosing who they voted for during the election

Rocket Contributors

November 14, 2016

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10 SRU students were asked last Wednesday about who they voted for during the presidential election and why. Tyler McCarthy, senior political science major, said he voted for Hillary Clinton and was scared of Trump. "I am... Read more »

Blotter 11/11/16

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

November 11, 2016

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Campus November 5- Person wanted to report threats being made Rock Apartment #4, police were advised and spoke with everyone involved. November 6- Ryan Holland, 19, and Dominic Ragghianti, 19, were cited for alcohol violations... Read more »

SRU wins award for campus appearance and maintenance

Haley Potter, Rocket Contributor

November 10, 2016

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SRU was given an award from the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS), scoring 74 of a possible 100 points across a variety of categories. The award was a Green Star Professional Grounds Management honor award. The... Read more »

Policy changes allow for easier credit transfer between state schools and community colleges

Adam Zook, Rocket Contributor

November 10, 2016

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The Pennsylvania Board of Governors approved new policy revisions last month that made it easier to transfer credits between state system schools as well as transfer credits earned from community colleges. Betsy Stevens, associate... Read more »

SGA approves transportation requests, adds another new club

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

November 8, 2016

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Slippery Rock Student Government Association approved the transportation funding requests for three different organizations, and recognized a new club to campus on Monday night. The Green & White Society was awarded $150... Read more »

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