The Rocket

Letter to the Editor: SGA’s Take on the Ongoing Presidential Search

Riley Keffer

November 7, 2017

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Rocket Staff, The Slippery Rock Student Government Association would like to share our thoughts regarding the progress of the presidential search; we ask that those with the authority to effect change take this letter...

Letter to the Editor | Regarding the Council of Trustees & SRU Presidential Search

The Rocket Staff

November 2, 2017

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

On October 2, The Rocket received an anonymous envelope containing the following letter to the editor in addition to three other pieces of correspondence. The letter addresses the controversy around the Council of Trustees dec...

Mental health initiatives should match student needs

The Rocket Staff

October 28, 2017

Filed under Opinion

According to the National Association for Mental Illness, in a given year, one in five adults will have a mental illness. While the United States has a long history of failing those with mental illnesses, SRU's counseling center...

Buying pink shirts won’t cure breast cancer

Justin Kraus, Sports Editor

October 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion

In America, everything is a business, and cancer research and fundraising is no exception. Everybody knows somebody who has fallen victim to the horrendous disease known as breast cancer. 12 percent of all women in the United...

School pride prevails despite uncertainty about president

Megan Stouffer, Rocket Contributor

October 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Going to a university like Slippery Rock means you don’t always get the same reactions or acknowledgement as you would if you went to Penn State or Pitt. You may not be able to go across the country and find someone who knows...

Letter to the Editor: To the Slippery Rock University Family

Bob Taylor

October 11, 2017

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

To the Slippery Rock University Family,   Friday’s meeting of the Council of Trustees, and the decision to temporarily suspend and possibly extend the presidential search, was a defining moment in the history of a great institution.   ...

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