Parking space to become green space

The parking lot between Pierce Hall and Bea Wood Hall was closed Friday to make way for a green space and walkway for students. Dave Lilley, chief executive officer at Trinity Hughes Construction, said construction will not begin until about Oct. 13 and is expected to conclude January … [Read more...]

Delayed stage construction hinders theater rehearsals

While preparing for the first production of the year, a mixed cast of 12 theater students, faculty and professional actors had to work around an unfinished stage while preparing for the opening night of the first play of the year August: Osage County. For the first time since it was built in … [Read more...]

American Idol alum Jason Castro dazzles crowd of 300

Nearly 300 students, faculty and community members gathered in Akin Auditorium on Sept. 4 to listen to American Idol alum Jason Castro perform in the first Artist Lecture Series of the 2014-2015 year. “I loved it. I am big Jason Castro fan,” Daniel Alexander, freshman in kinesiology, said. “I have … [Read more...]

Undergraduates present research as part of campus endeavor

A multitude of people trickled through the Clark Student Center Atrium to observe research and creative presentations from undergraduate students and faculty members April 25. Members of Enhancing Undergraduate Research Endeavors and Creative Activities and other students, who were not directly … [Read more...]

Ethan Zohn, the ultimate survivor

Murmurs of excitement could be heard as spectators trickled into Akin Auditorium for the year’s last Artist Lecture Series on April 3. The audience, a mixed crowd of nearly 200 students, faculty and community members, anxiously awaited its first glimpse of the former professional soccer player and … [Read more...]

Students to present research at forum

The Celebration of Scholarships gives 103 undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty member’s an opportunity to showcase their research and creative projects on April 25 in the Clark Student Center Atrium from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. “Last fall only 100 people were in attendance of our forum. This … [Read more...]

Artist Lecture Series brings in Ethan Zohn

The student Artist Lecture Series committee will host Survivor winner Ethan Zohn April 3 in the Akin Auditorium at 7 p.m. He will present his lecture “Character: The Ultimate Survival Tool." Zohn played professional soccer for the Hawaii Tsunami and Cape Cod Crusaders of the United Soccer Leagues … [Read more...]

Junior League hosts feminist documentary

About five students gathered in Clark Student Center Shawnee Theater on March 24 to watch "Miss Representation," a documentary about the misrepresentation of women in the media. “I chose this movie because I want to give people a different perspective of how women are viewed by the media,” … [Read more...]

Black Student Union hosts karaoke night

The Black Student Union hosts a free karaoke night March 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Clark Student Center Comanche Suite in hopes to bring all students together to belt out their favorite songs. “Karaoke night will give students a chance to come together and be goofy,” Christina Horn, junior in … [Read more...]

Classy Affair ends on sour note

Members of the campus NAACP and the Caribbean Student Organization hosted A Classy Affair on Feb. 28 in the Clark Student Center Comanche suite to celebrate the final day of Black History Month, but the event fizzled out due to a lack of couth. The two organizations joined forces to bring a little … [Read more...]