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Speaker addresses racism in America

Speaker addresses racism in America

Andrea Dale, Staff Writer

September 28, 2017

Jamelle Bouie, a political analyst for CBS News and chief political correspondent for Slate Magazine, spoke to students, faculty, and staff about the current state of race relations in the United States and how this state came to be Wednesday night. In his presentation, titled “America, Red...

Phi-K raises $6,500 for ALS

Zach Price and Leo Scheller cross the finish line of the Inaugural Phi-K. The race was both a 5k and a one mile walk and all of the proceeds went toward funding research for ALS.

Riley Guerzini, Staff writer

September 1, 2016

Students and community members from all over the Evansville area came out Saturday morning to participate in Phi Delta Theta’s inaugural Phi-K. With about 80 participants, the fraternity was able to raise $6,500 to support amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. The fraternity had an original goal of $10,000. “We had 81 signed up online previously...

Southern race development presentation

Nick Leighty

October 20, 2015

Assistant Professor of History Kristalyn Shefveland will be giving a presentation at 3:00 p.m. Friday, October 30 in Kleymeyer Hall. This presentation, titled “Racial Classification and the Eastern Shore: Records of Bastards Miscegenation, and Infanticide in Colonial Virginia” examines the in...

Unique experience: Engineering student build car from scratch

Unique experience: Engineering student build car from scratch

Meredith Harris

November 19, 2013

Building a car from scratch is something not a lot of people get to experience. But for USI’s chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers, preparing for the mini-baja car race is an annual event. The team is updating its one passenger, off-road vehicle for next summer’s race, as well ...

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