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Alexandria Allison, sophomore nursing major, and Madison Williams, freshman biology major, selling succulent plants to better Evansville at the Breezeway for Alpha Sigma Tau on Tuesday.

SGA hosts Environmental Week to promote awareness to environmental issues

Bryce West, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

Students promote protecting the environment with Environmental Week and Earth Day celebrations.  The Student Government Association hosted Environmental Week from April 18 to 22, including various...

The former location for Fiesta Fuego will soon be replaced with Mein Bowl.

New restaurant to replace Fiesta Fuego in Fall 2022

Alyssa DeWig, Staff Writer April 27, 2022

Plans for new restaurants and dining options on campus are currently in the works for Fall 2022, including a restaurant called Mein Bowl, robotic vending and a ghost kitchen.  Rebecca Diamond, director...

Daniel Goebel, dean and professor of marketing at State University of New York College, presents April 20 in Forum 3 as a dean candidate for the Romain College of Business. Goebel was the second RCOB dean candidate to present to students, faculty and staff.

Romain College of Business narrows down search for new dean

Ian Young, Staff Writer April 27, 2022

The Romain College of Business has narrowed down their dean search to three candidates after the former dean stepped down in fall 2021.  The Romain College of Business held open forum presentations...

Taegan Garner, junior political science and sociology major, smiles after she was sworn in as SGA President for 2022-2023 at the SGA General Assembly meeting on Thursday.

SGA inaugurates Garner as SGA president

Shelby Clark and Clare Girten April 25, 2022

Student Government Association inaugurated a new president, executive board and general assembly for the 2022-2023 academic year Thursday evening. The inauguration was held in Forum III.  Tegan...

Members of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority pose with signs they held while marching on the Quad.

Students rally for sexual violence awareness

Sydney Lawson and Alyssa DeWig April 20, 2022

It’s a cold and rainy Wednesday evening as 20 students march around The Quad. Despite the small group, voices echo loudly across campus, advocating for sexual violence awareness. The students gathered...

Students celebrate raising nearing $105,000 after 10 hours of dancing at the 2018 dance marathon.

Dance Marathon to return after two-year hiatus

Ian Young, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

The Southern Indiana Dance Marathon (SIDM) is scheduled to return to campus Saturday as part of a fundraiser for Riley Hospital for Children. It is being held in the Screaming Eagles Complex from noon...

Hilda Magallon, junior mechanical engineering major, and Maria Lopez, sophomore civil engineering major, enter the PANAS SpringFest 2022 event on Wednesday while Xenia Adames Chanis, president of PANAS, cheers them on.

Queens compete during Panamanian SpringFest Carnival

Alyssa DeWig and Bryce West April 17, 2022

The Panamanian Association (PANAS) hosted the Panamanian Carnival in the Recreational Center Wednesday from 4:30-7:30 p.m. The carnival included games, food and a traditional dance competition between...

‘I’ve never seen anything this cheap’ – New textbook program to offer students alternate pricing plan

‘I’ve never seen anything this cheap’ – New textbook program to offer students alternate pricing plan

Alyssa DeWig, Staff Writer April 13, 2022

Editor's Note: Jessica Leonard is the USI Campus Store manager. First Day Complete was made a program through an agreement between the USI Campus Store and the USI Business Office.  USI Campus Store...

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