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2019 Berger Lecture to cover Black Arts Movement

2019 Berger Lecture to cover Black Arts Movement

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2019

Award-winning theatre director Ron Himes and current Artist-in-Residence Heather Beal will present the 2019 Sydney Berger Lecture “The Re/Evolution of the Black Arts Movement” at 6 p.m. Oct. 16 in Mitchell Auditorium. The lecture will investigate the continued need for cultural institutions of color...

Day of the Dead celebration planned

Spanish professor Manuel Apodaca-Valdez shares the flame of his candle with attendees at the university’s celebration of the Day of the Dead. Apodaca-Valdez led students, faculty and visitors in a candlelight walk in front of the Liberal Arts Building, signifying the transition from life to the afterlife. The Day of the Dead celebration, put on by Student Government Association, Spanish Club and the Hispanic Student Union, has had about 100 attendees in past years.

Abby Sink, Staff Writer

October 22, 2018

Festivities have been set for a Day of the Dead celebration for 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 in the Liberal Arts Center lobby. The event will feature a speech by Associate Professor of Spanish Manuel Apodaca-Valdez, a candle procession ceremony and light refreshments. This free event is put on by the College of...

Interim Dean of Students named

Interim Dean of Students named

Noah Alatza, News Editor

August 8, 2018

The university appointed Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Administration Nicholas LaRowe as the interim dean of students effective Aug. 8. LaRowe has been with the university since 2010 and was originally scheduled to take a sabbatical leave this fall. The university had been sear...

LA Advising Center begins seeing students

James Vaughn

August 24, 2014

Another advising center is up and running this semester in addition to the two that have been available to students for the past two years. Renee Rowland and Mark Razor moved into temporary offices on the third floor of the Liberal Arts Center Aug. 4, and began seeing students immediately. They’re...

Business, Liberal Arts advisers await Centers

Shannon Hall

December 3, 2013

Two advising centers sit in place at the Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education and the College of Nursing and Health Professions, while the other two colleges continue to play the waiting game. The College of Liberal Arts and the College of Business were supposed to open advising centers...

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