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Students living on-campus experience power outage

Hayden Olberding, Digital Editor November 12, 2020

Students in campus housing experienced a power outage this morning. Power on the west side of Evansville went out this morning according to a Rave Alert email sent to students at 9:59 a.m. The on-campus...

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Vectren lobbyist appointed to Board of Trustees

Noah Alatza, News Editor July 26, 2018

Updated: Friday, August 17 Governor Eric Holcomb has appointed Evansville native Christine H. Keck to the university's Board of Trustees. Keck currently serves as Evansville-based utility giant Vectren...

Senior philosophy major Logan Vest said he plans on hosting a panel of professors and environmentalists on campus to discuss Vectrens future plans.

New Vectren facility not sitting well with students

Noah Alatza, Community Engagement Manager April 3, 2018

A natural gas plant and solar farm are in the works for Vectren’s A.B.Brown plant in Posey County, just six and a half miles from USI’s campus. Vectren announced in late February that the $900...

People-focused trustee backs importance of education

‘People-focused’ trustee backs importance of education

Matthew Devault , Staff Writer August 17, 2016
Ellis Redd believes education is an equalizer. “It doesn’t matter who you are, or where you come from, an education can level the playing field and help you achieve things that you probably otherwise wouldn’t achieve,” Redd said. “I’m an example of that.”
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