Archives for October 15, 2014

Acting scholarship announced to honor retiring professor

Theater Department Chair and Professor Elizabeth Lewandowski announced the creation of the Laura Jefferson Acting Scholarship during an alumni reception after last Saturday’s performance of August: Osage County, which starred Jefferson as Violet, the show’s lead. Lewandowski said the scholarship is … [Read more...]

Architects meet with students, faculty to discuss proposed mass communication building

Architects from the Treanor Architects Firm met with students, faculty and staff of the Mass Communication Department yesterday as part of their weeklong visit to campus to plan the proposed new resident hall and mass communication building. “It’s a weeklong intensive design period where we can … [Read more...]

The rise of digital textbooks

Digital textbooks surge in popularity with students due to affordability, wider availability, and additional features for studying. Digital textbooks, also called e-books, have had a rise in availability in the campus bookstore this year and students are taking advantage of the … [Read more...]

Voting for homecoming court starts tomorrow

Students can begin voting for the homecoming court Oct. 16 in the Student Government Association office or online. “Students should vote, so they can voice their opinion and take part in the tradition and pride at our school,” Taylor Courtney, radiology junior and head of the homecoming court, … [Read more...]

500 flu shots available next week — maybe

While the timing of flu season flu season is unpredictable, it can begin as early as October and continue as late as May. To help combat flu and missed class days, students can get a free fu shot. Tiffany Kosse, medical office manager at the health center, said, “I ordered 500 flu shots and they … [Read more...]

Athlete risks injury to play in rival game against West Texas A&M

Wearing a walking boot didn't stop Kalen Ryden, mass communication senior, from playing against rival West Texas A&M Oct. 10. Ryden said his foot began bothering him two weeks ago and has been receiving help from the athletic trainers, so that he can recover from what they believe might be a … [Read more...]