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Simrin Singh, a senior communications major, and Elizabeth Angermeier, a sophomore nursing major both cuddle up to some pups at Sigma Tau Gammas Pet-A-Pup event on Wednesday. The puppies are both ten weeks old and are available for adoption.

Fraternity helps students destress with puppies

Shelby Clark and Ian Young September 29, 2021

Sigma Tau Gamma helped students destress on The Quad Wednesday by providing puppies from the Humane Society of Henderson County. The Sigma Tau Gamma brothers set up a play pen for the puppies Wednesday...

Students ‘satisfied’ with pass/no pass option

Students ‘satisfied’ with pass/no pass option

Rhonda Wheeler, News Editor April 1, 2020

Hairo Rivas said he was in awe because of the university’s decision to have a pass/no pass option. The university announced earlier today they would adopt the option for courses this semester. “I’m...

New fraternity could come to campus

New fraternity could come to campus

Alex Brennan, Staff Writer January 14, 2020

A new fraternity could make its way on campus in the foreseeable future. The fraternity community, which is a student-led body acting as an interfraternity council at the university, voted in November...

Fraternity raises $700 for shelter

Fraternity raises $700 for shelter

Rhonda Wheeler, News Editor October 1, 2019

Fraternity Sigma Tau Gamma raised over $700 in just six and a half hours Sept. 25 with their bi-annual Pet-A-Pup event held on the Quad. Senior advertising major Eric Vergon said that this is the 5th...

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