Procurement Services lists changes that have been made on the form.
Stop by the Grill today to make a donation.
Caldecott award-winning author Emily Arnold McCully, illustrator and sometimes author of more than 100 children’s books, will speak at ninth annual Children’s Literature Conference sponsored by the School of Education.
Contact the Dean’s Office if you meet the academic requirements and did not receive an invitation.
Send in your original poetry, fiction or visual artwork by Feb. 23.
Never leave cell phones, CDs, tools or other valuables in your vehicles.
Operations Management Club Are you interested in a business degree? Do you want to become more active and meet people? Join the Operations Management Club at its first spring meeting from noon to 1p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, in Room 200, McNeely Hall. Free lunch and pop will be provided. Find out what operations management is [...]
Despite busy J-Terms, these two RAs went the extra mile for their residents.
You’ll need a packet to get a map, schedules and a name tag — your ticket to the fair.
Find out who won IEC’s fall 2000 Study-Abroad Photo Contest, and see the winning images.
Six courses, designed especially for those 55 and older, deal with history, spirituality, the arts, and the Irish.
This is an ecumenical service of singing, reflection and fellowship.
Journalism professor to discuss effects that mass media have on voting.
Learn about what’s been accomplished and the next steps in the process.
Dr. Judith Dwyer announces that a national search firm will coordinate the process.
Still in the planning stages, a proposed new peer-educator program will train student volunteers to give presentations on a host of campus-climate issues.
You may drop off donations in Food for Thought or Scholars.
Dr. Judith Dwyer reports a high response rate to the survey and the generation of a “tremendous amount” of data for analysis.