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New MySRU portal update offers mobile friendly convenience to students

Janelle Wilson

March 24, 2016

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After spring break, SRU students logged in to a newly redesigned MySRU, as the site was relaunched on the evening of March 9 with intent to make a faster and more mobile-friendly portal. Henry Magusiak, director of enterpris... Read more »

Council of Trustees meeting attracts active students leaders

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

March 24, 2016

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Students voiced concerns about diversity and inclusion at the Slippery Rock University Council of Trustees quarterly business meeting, which was held last Friday in the Smith Student Center. Dewayne Anderson, Alex Rizutto, Gabriel... Read more »

Blotter 3/24/16

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

March 24, 2016

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Campus March 17- An ambulance transported a person who had passed out in Rhoads Hall to Grove City Hospital. March 18- An individual reported their bike was stolen from the Quad.  The case is under investigation. March 18- Ryan... Read more »

SRU freezes six fees for 2016-17 school year

Daniel DiFabio, Rocket Contributor

March 23, 2016

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Slippery Rock University recently announced that it would freeze six fees for the upcoming 2016-17 academic school year. Rita Abent, executive director of University Communication and Public Affairs, said the fees that were ... Read more »

Blotter 3/17/15

Chris Gordon, Assistant News Editor

March 17, 2016

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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

Daniel 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 »

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