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IT survey aims to improve Internet-related issues
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IT survey aims to improve Internet-related issues

Student Government (SG) Campus Liaison Council sent out a survey two weeks ago that evaluated current technology options that are available to students. The student feedbacks is being used to improve IT-related issues in the future. The Campus Liaison Council is responsible for communicating SG initiatives. Every year, SG tries to assess any IT issues students may…

International Week celebrates campus cultures
Campus Life, News

International Week celebrates campus cultures

The Council of International Students and Organizations’ (COISO) International Week 2015 is once again in action. I-Week is an innovative way to celebrate rich cultures from diverse regions of the world. Each day of the week is dedicated to a different region of the world in order to represent the variety of cultures present at the University of…

Meditation flash mob promotes peace
Campus Life, News

Meditation flash mob promotes peace

One empowering word – peace – made students walking by the Rock stop in their tracks simultaneously, when it was shouted out Monday afternoon. At exactly 12:10 p.m., students immediately stopped and sat down silently with their eyes closed as part of a meditation flash mob. As others walked by and observed of what was occurring, some decided to participate….

Mr. Engineer Pageant showcases different side to engineers
Campus Life, News

Mr. Engineer Pageant showcases different side to engineers

Brains, talent and personality are the usual qualities expected for competing in a pageant. On Thursday night, however, the Mr. Engineer crown at the Rat was sought after by a unique group of contestants. Hosted by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the fourth annual Mr. Engineer Pageant asked contestants to showcase their personalities outside the…

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