Tag Archives: dr. paul oliaro

Greek system adjusts to later recruitment

After being postponed, the annual college experience in which fraternities and sororities recruit members, commonly known as “Rush Week,” came to a close Monday night.

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@issue: Are student-run newspapers biased? What is their role on campus?

Have you ever had the chance to read The student-tuition-funded Collegian supplementary insert titled La Voz De Aztlan? This newspaper insert is intended to be used as a cultural appreciation and or awareness supplement. However, recent issues have been filled with articles unrelated to the publication’s intended purpose. In an effort to celebrate “La Semana de La Raza” (week of the race) here on campus, I’d like to share a perspective with those curiously inclined to learn what’s really going on!”

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Joyal Administration gets facelift

The Joyal Administration Building that houses departments such as admissions, student success services and financial aid, is getting a colorful facelift this semester. The dull white walls and gray blue doors of Joyal Administration are now images of the past. All the colors of the rainbow have been used as a part of a new project that will incorporate color to substitute for the old, unstructured number system.

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Fraternities have answered the call

In the days following the release of “Greeks should help police with crackdown,” I have heard many different responses and reactions. Those close to the Greek Community have been outraged and are calling for retaliation; those against the Greek Community are supportive of the article. Unfortunately, there have been harsh comments from both sides.

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Students get involved in SAFARI

The University Student Union (USU) balcony will be a zoo today from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. as the 5th annual Student Affairs Fair and Resource Information event (SAFARI) educates students about the on-campus services available to them.

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Group ‘takes back’ the campus

The night sky casts its shadow on a united crowd. A solitary candle brought light to an otherwise darkened area.

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Parking structure receives approval from President

I have received a recommendation from the Campus Fee Advisory Committee that the student parking fee be increased, effective no earlier than fall 2012, to support construction of a new, approximately 1,300-space, parking structure.

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