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Students’ outdoor assignment for environmental studies class changes their view
Students in the Environmental Studies 120, People and Nature class, tend campus garden and landscaping as part of class work and learn more than gardening.
Res/Rec summer hours
New summer hours for Res/Rec have started and remain in effect until Sept. 10. Faculty and staff can learn about the weight machines in fitness center June 14.
Carpet from Kroehler Field is repurposed, recycled
As the Kroehler Field resurfacing project in the stadium continues, the College has arranged for the disposal of the rubber field or “carpet” that was removed.
Heller and McMahon lead math workshop for girls
Katherine Heller, assistant professor of mathematics, and Mary McMahon, associate professor of mathematics, led math workshop for middle school girls.
Gems gives paper, contributes to documentary
Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education, presented a paper on “Interwar Black Basketball” and was interviewed for part of a documentary.
David Gray selected to write for C.P.A. exam
David Gray, assistant professor of accounting, was chosen to write test items for the Business and Economics Concepts section of the Uniform C.P.A. Examination.
Blanchet joins Chicago Sinfonietta in special concert
George Blanchet, percussionist and lecturer in music, played with the Chicago Sinfonietta at Symphony Center in a farewell concert for Maestro Freeman.
Dyson Wellness Center news, improvements
Several changes will take place at the Dyson Wellness Center in the coming months to allow the center to provide more comprehensive and integrated care.
Cardinals claim second straight Program of the Year Award
Winning two national titles and a runner-up finish, the men's program secured the USTFCCCA Al Carius Program of the Year Award for second straight season.
Angie Snodgrass chosen Outstanding Senior Woman
Theatre major Angie Snodgrass is named the College’s Outstanding Senior Woman, the highest award presented to a female member of the Class of 2011.
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