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Blotter 12/2/16

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

December 1

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Campus November 18- Police responded to an earlier incident for a roommate conflict, and the person did not want any more police action. The case was reported and the person was advised to at least contact Residence Life. November...

Office for Inclusive Excellence looks to expand on Multicultural Development

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

December 1

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The newly branded Office for Inclusive Excellence is an expansion of the Office for Multicultural Development, and will aim to create worthwhile opportunities for all students to promote positive social change on campus and in...

University begins interviews for associate director of campus recreation

Rebecca Koch, Rocket Contributor

December 1

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SRU started its series of interviews for the associate director of campus recreation position this week, with the current associate director moving to fill a higher position. Greg Sferra, the current director of campus recreation, said ...

Professor discusses origins of Stoicism, uses in modern day life

Daniel DiFabio, News Editor

November 20

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A notable figure of modern Stoicism visited SRU on Friday for two different sessions to discuss his work with students as well as present on how stoicism can be applied to daily life. Stoicism is a school of philosophy with...

Blotter 11/18/16

Logan Campbell, Asst. News Editor

November 17

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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...

Leadership Development Center offers courses to train faculty and staff

Rebecca Koch, Rocket Contributor

November 17

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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,...

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

Rocket Contributors

November 14

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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...

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