SGA voting accidents affect election results, despite problems voter turnout at record highs

SGA voting accidents affect election results, despite problems voter turnout at record highs

Kevin Squires, Assistant News Editor
April 10, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Multiple students were unable to run in this year's Student Government Association election due to insufficient signatures collected to be recognized as a candidate. Students wishing to be recognized must obtain a certain number of signatures depending on where they live. For Residence Hall candidates... Read more »

Humans vs. Zombies game ends in a draw

Humans vs. Zombies game ends in a draw

Rebecca Marcucci, Campus Life Editor
April 10, 2014
Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Their bandanas are tied, their foam Nerf dart blasters are loaded and their sock bombs are ready to stun. The Walking Dead of SRU have infected vigilant students. But who will become limping zombie food as the dawn of the dead rise? It’s zombie killing time. SRU’s annual campus-wide Humans vs.... Read more »

SGA important facet of student life, students should vote in elections

SGA important facet of student life, students should vote in elections

The Rocket
April 10, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The Student Government Association is an important facet of student life. They have many roles on campus, and represent the entire student body. SGA has senators from each Residence Hall, Commuter Senators, Freshman Senators, and an Executive Board. Currently, members of SGA are also on a Cooperative... Read more »

Baseball splits weekend series with Gannon, prepares for Seton Hill

Baseball splits weekend series with Gannon, prepares for Seton Hill

Ryan Barlow, Rocket Contributor
April 9, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Slippery Rock baseball team (20-10, 9-5 PSAC-West) was forced to settle with a series split against Gannon (9-21, 4-10 PSAC-West) on Sunday, both teams winning two games each. SRU lost the series opener on Saturday 6-11, but were able to bounce back in game two 7-6. They carried the momentum into... Read more »