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 →

Let’s Glow to Prom: The Neon Lights Silent Headphone Prom

By Kee'ara Smith, Editor The University Programming Board (UPB) hosted a silent headphone neon-themed prom Thursday Oct. 15 in the Student Union Ballroom.  Upon entering, students were asked to wear a mask and fill out an online form on the LifeSafe smartphone application that asked if the student had been in contact with anyone with... Continue Reading →

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