Fancy Friday

By Rebecca Munday, Editor Head on over to the Galley right now for a lunch featuring prime rib with horseradish sauce and grilled lobster tails with lemon, garlic and herb butter with lyonnaise potatoes and lemon butter broccolini for sides.  The Galley also offers vegan options for anyone on a vegan diet. The vegan-friendly lunch... Continue Reading →

The Board of Regents Approved Resolution to Increase In-person Instruction

By Rebecca Munday, Editor The Board of Regents (BOR) approved a resolution on Oct. 13 at their monthly meeting that would allow for the expansion of safe in-person instruction in the coming semesters.  “Each campus is to maximize safe in-person instruction; ensure hybrid instruction includes a vast majority of in-person interactive instruction where appropriate and... Continue Reading →

In-Person Classes Resume After Thanksgiving

By Rebecca Munday, Editor In-person classes will resume after students come back from Thanksgiving break, according to the university’s academic calendar.  “There are currently no plans to alter these calendars.” Dr. Carl Rieber, the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, said.  “Any decision to move to one of our contingency plans would be made... Continue Reading →

Kayaking with CRI

By Kee'ara Smith, Editor Campus Recreation and Intramurals (CRI) hosted one of its fall adventure trips at Bell’s Landing on Oct. 16 in which students were able to kayak for free.         This kayaking trip was considered a meet up, and students were asked to meet the CRI team at Bell’s Landing.  “...because this isn’t one... Continue Reading →

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