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Game Club’s budget approved for $200

Last week Campus Council approved a budget of $200 for the recently founded Game Club. †The Game Club meets on Friday evenings to play board games with one another.† Most of the board games played at Game Club are games of strategy and problem solving.† The budget will allow the club to buy new board […]

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Wired Scot to receive six new computers

Campus Council reported this past week that six new computers have been approved for the Wired Scot and are expected to be installed to the 24-hour lab by the end of the semester. All of the computers will be equipped with Windows 7. This improvement to the Wired Scot will not only improve the campus […]

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Professor to receive award for research

Denise Bostdorff, professor of communication studies and author of “Proclaiming the Truman Doctrine: The Cold War Call to Arms,” will receive the Bruce E. Gronbeck Political Communication Research Award this month at the National Communication Association annual meeting in San Fransisco.† The award is presented to the author of the best political communication work of […]

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Alum and Professor speak at Capitol Hill

Associate Professor of Chemistry Paul Edmiston and Deanna Pickett ’10, one of his former students, were among the featured speakers at a Capitol Hill briefing for Congressional policy makers and staff, organized by the Council on Undergraduate Research and the House Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education Caucus. The topic is “Undergraduate Research and American […]

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Nat’l Day on Writing comes to campus

On Oct. 20, the Writing Center will celebrate National Day on Writing. According to the National Day on Writing’s Web site, the purpose of the event is† to draw attention to the remarkable variety of writing we engage in, and to help writers from all walks of life recognize how important writing is to their […]

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Commemorative beam signing event

The College will be inviting trustees, faculty, staff, students and alumni to sign a commemorative 35′ beam that will be displayed in the new Scot Center.† The kick-off will be Friday afternoon, Oct. 22 at 5:30 p.m. on the back patio of Lowry Center.† The opportunity to sign the beam† will also be available all […]

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