Akin half full for a cappella group

The music, pop and jazz, was very upbeat. The crowd – only half the auditorium – was polite, listening to the a cappella group, m-pact, Nov. 3. Fletcher Sheridan, member of m-pact, said before their performance, "Live music is an energy exchange, it's a moment for us to connect with others in … [Read more...]

Appeals filed in SGA election

Hearing Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in CSC Cheyenne Results for the Student Government Association elections were posted Monday, showing Jesse Brown, criminal justice junior, as the winner of the presidential race with 56 percent of the vote. But Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and … [Read more...]

Committee closes in on new math and science dean candidate

The College of Science and Mathematics is in the market for a new dean, and two prospective candidates for the job visited campus to meet with faculty and administrators, as well as give a presentation. Provost Betty Stewart said the timeline for the search is based her expectation to complete the … [Read more...]

First student homecoming committee forming for fall 2014

Homecoming is one of the biggest student activities from high school to college, and last semester was the first time that an actual committee of students was created to plan the event. Before that, the office of Student Development and Orientation planned the entire thing. "I really want this … [Read more...]