Students work over Thanksgiving break

As Black Friday shoppers prepare their lists, some students are preparing to work this Thanksgiving rather than spend time with family. Students may be out of school for Thanksgiving, but that does not mean they are off work. Pierto Weaver, freshman in mechanical engineering and Walmart employee, … [Read more...]

Students donate other university T-shirts to burn at bonfire

The homecoming T-shirt exchange continues through Oct. 17 with the Homecoming bonfire pep rally Friday night. To receive a free Homecoming T-shirt, students need to bring a T-shirt from another university to Clark student center room 194. T-shirts from the other universities will be burned in the … [Read more...]

Theater to present ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’

The theater department's production of The Diary of Anne Frank begins Thursday, Oct. 10 and ends Sunday, Oct. 13. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and will have a matinee at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday in the Fain Fine Arts Theatre. The production is being directed by guest director … [Read more...]

‘Technical difficulties’ plague bookstore opening

It wasn’t exactly the welcome new students or the new management of the campus bookstore wanted. Long lines, books not in stock and frustrated faculty members were just the start. “I'm not going to lie, I knew there was going to be things that fell through the cracks from us going from Barnes and … [Read more...]

Social work group holds diaper drive

Hope Connection, a campus social work organization, is on a mission to help struggling mothers provide diapers for their children by holding a diaper drive until Oct. 12, and they are seeking student help. “I got the idea because I observed mothers who were desperate and social workers who were … [Read more...]