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Weekly Outlook: March 21-March 26

Weekly Outlook: March 21-March 26

Emma Schad, Managing Editor
March 20, 2017
Filed under News, Top Stories

There are various events taking place on campus this week. Here’s the weekly roundup: Tuesday, March 21— 11:30 a.m.—Ice Cream Party—Campus Center—The Financial Aid Office and Student Success and Engagement Team are hosting an ice cream party to celebrate the amount of FAFSAs received. ...

Registration on the horizon

Registration on the horizon

Mayce Bacon, Staff Reporter
March 19, 2017
Filed under News, Top Stories

Registration for fall courses is right around the corner. Registration starts on Thursday, March 23 and ends on Friday, March 31. The following is when each student can begin to register for classes based on credits already earned: Advanced Senior – 105 credits or more – Thursday, March 23 at 12 a.m. ...

Weekly Outlook: March 13-March 18

Weekly Outlook: March 13-March 18

Emma Schad, Managing Editor
March 13, 2017
Filed under News, Top Stories

There are various events taking place on campus this week. Here’s the weekly roundup: Monday, March 13— EWO: First day of 7W2 classes, 14-wk classes resume Wednesday, March 15— EWO: Last day to add/drop 7W2 courses 12 p.m.—LEAP Workshop—DVB Room—Charlie Krebs, associate profess...

O’Neal investigation continues

O’Neal investigation continues

Willie Franke, Staff Reporter
March 11, 2017
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David Simon, director of campus safety and security, has confirmed that the investigation of freshman Kaelin O’Neal’s death is still ongoing. Currently, investigators are waiting on an autopsy report by a medical examiner, which will tell them the results of a toxicology report. The toxicology...

Warning signs replaced

Warning signs replaced

Serina Jones, Staff Reporter
March 11, 2017
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There are multiple warning signs around the perimeter of the pond by Ley Chapel. These signs state that there is no swimming, fishing or ice skating allowed. David Simon, director of campus safety and security, stated that the warning signs were up well before the death of freshman Kaelin O’Neal, whose body was found in the pond after he went missing. ...

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