The Shield

Is parking really a problem?

Is parking really a problem?

Riley Guerzini, Managing Editor

December 4, 2018

Parking tickets distributed by public safety officers can be a hassle. The citations also come with a chance for students to submit an appeal through EagleSync via the myUSI portal if they believe their ticket was unjustified. The appeals are taken to the University Court, made up of the Chief Justice and fou...

Roembke named SGA Chief Justice

Roembke named SGA Chief Justice

Riley Guerzini, Community Engagement Manager

September 6, 2018

Note: Keegan Roembke is an opinion writer for The Shield. The SGA general assembly voted to appoint senior economics and international studies major Keegan Roembke as the new Chief Justice at their regularly scheduled meeting Thursday. Roembke, who formerly served as Chief Financial Officer and Co...

Pemberton chosen as next Chief Financial Officer

Pemberton chosen as next Chief Financial Officer

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

January 16, 2018

The student government executive board has selected junior finance major Grant Pemberton as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the semester. Pemberton will be replacing junior economics and international studies major Keegan Roembke who is studying abroad this semester. He said Roembke gave...

‘It shows a lot of potential’

‘It shows a lot of potential’

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

October 10, 2017

The future looks bright for the university. Campus planners from design firm SmithGroupJJR hosted a student-only town hall Thursday night in which they presented three alternative plans: Residential Front Door, Learning Communities, and Downtown USI. One of the three plans will be the design ...

Payroll goes paperless

Payroll goes paperless

Noah Alatza, Staff Writer

August 29, 2017

  All students and faculty receiving pay from the University must opt for paperless forms or receive a Pay Card if no direct deposit is set up. “We were running 200-225 actual paychecks last spring.” Nancy Lumley, Associate Director of Human Resources said. “We feel like this will be much more convenient no...

Grant applications to go online

Grant applications to go online

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

March 16, 2017

Keegan Roembke said he is trying to make grant applications more efficient and easier to access for students. Roembke, SGA’s chief financial officer, said the grant committee has met with Kyle Johann, the program coordinator for student development programs, and Crystal Willoughby, the senior a...

SGA allocates nearly $13,000 in grants

SGA allocates nearly $13,000 in grants

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

February 9, 2017

SGA passed three resolutions on Thursday allocating $12,879.75 in grants to 18 different students and student organizations. SGA distributed the grants three ways between the New Student Orginzation Start-Up grants, The Student Organization Support (SOS) grants and the Travel grants. $11,879.75 was...

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