Author: Danielle Delp

05.11.2012

Crime Watch: April 2012

SUNDAY 1 // Public Safety Office. Between 2:30 - 2:45 a.m. A student had non-consensual sexual intercourse with another student. The investigation continues by the Public Safety Department. SATURDAY...

Forecast

Try your hand at Argentine tango at this massive dance party! Dancers of all skill levels are welcome, and a beginner’s lesson will be held. Cost: $5 The retro fighting game will be available for play at...

05.05.2012

Legislation May Impact At-Risk Students

In a small series of offices above Ben and Jerry’s in the Student Alumni Union, Dawn Soufleris works each day to help students who are being eaten away at by troubles. The causes vary from person to...

04.13.2012

 

Innocent Behind Bars

One cold winter morning in 1988, 74-year-old Viola Manville was brutally shot, beaten and left for dead deep in the city of Rochester. The prime suspect in the case was 28-year-old Frank Sterling, who would be...

Forecast: 04.13 to 04.19

Kathy Hall Conference Room, Campus Center. 3 — 5 p.m. The GLBT Center is hosting free SafeZone training and GLBT education for those interested in becoming allies of the GLBT community. Persons of all...

03.30.2012

Forecast

Technical Grounds Breakdance Competition George H. Clark Gymnasium (CLK, 03). 7 p.m — 12 a.m. So you think you can dance? Prove it at the third-annual breakdancing competition, hosted by...

Testing the System

At 8:20 a.m. on Friday, March 16, it was business as usual. I was struggling to stay awake amidst a regular, everyday physics lecture. At that moment, phones hidden away in backpacks sprang to life, announcing...

03.23.2012

Victory on Ice

The purple-clad supporters of Niagara University were barely visible on Friday, March 16, 2012, the night of the Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA) semifinal game between the Purple Eagles and the Tigers...

03.16.2012

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Eight Months and 100 Pounds

In order to change something about yourself, you must devote every ounce of yourself to it. Eight months ago, third year Electrical Engineering major Nate Finch made a promise to himself to put an end to...

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