Archives for April 15, 2015

Zombies continue to lurk on campus

In the campus-wide game of tag “Humans vs. Zombies” hosted by the University Program Board is still going on as of today, but the number of students who remain mortal are dwindling. “I got tagged on the first day, when the number of zombies was still pretty low," said Tyler Clark, engineering … [Read more...]

Cheer sponsor resigns after 15 years

Sue Witherspoon has been the cheer sponsor and administrative assistant for student development and for the past 15 years. She will resign as cheer sponsor at the end of this school year. “I have let cheer take over my life the last 15 years. It’s time for me to focus on my family,” Witherspoon … [Read more...]

Tennis teams have a chance in national championship

Men and women’s tennis have four weeks left to work their way to the NCAA Division II National Championships. “Our goal is to be playing on May 16 with both teams,” Linn said. With a big goal set, Linn said confidence is key for reaching that goal. “Confidence is huge because you can do all … [Read more...]

Petroleum geology, energy in the environment and liberal arts

Fall 2015 will mark the beginning of the Dillard Center for Energy Management and the Robert L. Bolin Graduate School of Petroleum Geology. For some students, there is some level of uncertainty as to what this means for the university's identity, especially for environmentalists and those who fear … [Read more...]

The goal: A better SGA

Our view: Our desire for the outcome of the election and the appeals process is for it to result in a better run and more efficient Student Government Association, not for any one candidate to win over the other. As soon as the smoke cleared and winners of the Student Government Association … [Read more...]