When employers come looking for you–Job & Internship Fair set for Thursday

When employers come looking for you–Job & Internship Fair set for Thursday

Kayla Rice, Contributing writer

April 5, 2016

SFU will host its annual Job/Internship Fair Extravaganza (JIFE) on Thursday, April 7, at the Stokes Center.Courtesy SFU Office of Marketing & Public Relations Students will have the opportunity to interact with more than 100 prospective employers, and members of the SFU Career Services staff highl...

Semester-in-Siena Program Beginning in Spring 2017

Angel Creek, Contributing writer

March 19, 2016

SFU students will now have the opportunity to study abroad in Siena, Italy, for an entire semester, beginning in the spring of 2017. Students will be able to experience a full semester immersed in the historic Tuscan town for the same cost as a semester at SFU’s main campus. “We’re excited...

Was U.S. founded as “Christian Nation”? SFU’s Examined Life Conference Features author’s talk, student presentations

Was U.S. founded as “Christian Nation”? SFU’s Examined Life Conference Features author’s talk, student presentations

Jordan Gorsuch, Contributing writer

March 17, 2016

John Fea, a professor of American History at Messiah College, will deliver the keynote address for SFU’s annual undergraduate conference in the Liberal Arts, “The Examined Life.” Fea’s presentation is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday, March 18, in the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art. It will...

The future of business is coming to Schwab Hall

The future of business is coming to Schwab Hall

Matt Fraley, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2016

The modernization of Schwab Hall has begun. It will become the home for the School of Business, providing a contemporary learning environment for its students. In its current state, the building is just over 50 percent finished. The project is still expected to be finished for classes this coming fal...

Students’ Photography on Display for SFU Community

Students’ Photography on Display for SFU Community

Emma Catalano, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2016

Three SFU students’ photography efforts were recognized on Feb. 18 as part of the “3 Women, 3 Visions” exhibition in the lower level of the library. The three students who contributed to the art exhibit are Stephanie Connell, Sydney Shearer and Grace Smith. They each presented around 20 photographs. The...

Carlson Writing Contest Now Accepting Entries

Emma Catalano, Contributing writer

February 17, 2016

The Gunard Berry Carlson Writing Contest, which is currently accepting submissions, has been a Saint Francis fixture for more than 40 years. The Travaligni family established the contest to honor the memory of Gunard Berry Carlson, who died at the age of 15. Barbara Travaligni was the sister of Carlson. The...

Remillard Appointed Faculty Athletics Representative

Jordan Gorsuch, Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

Religious Studies associate professor Art Remillard was recently appointed to serve as the Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) by SFU president Rev. Malachi Van Tassel, T.O.R. Remillard will look to facilitate the work of the University’s Athletics Advisory Board (AAB), while also serving as...

Communications Department Honors Video Challenge Winners

Communications Department Honors Video Challenge Winners

Matt Crawford, Contributing writer

February 1, 2016

  The winners of SFU’s Department of Communications’ annual video contest were recognized on Jan. 19. Plaques, cash prizes and scholarship opportunities were presented to the winning high school students. The prize for first place was awarded to Windber High School students Eric Blasic,...

Free Health Clinic in Region Proposed by SFU Students

Kayla Rice, Contributing Writer

February 1, 2016

The Johnstown Free Medical Clinic will potentially be branching out to the Northern Cambria community.   SFU public health students have proposed opening a clinic at this location.   Students of courses taught by Mrs. Allison Messina and Dr. Trina Thompson collaborated on the project...

SFU Students Use Dogs for Behavior and Learning Classes

SFU Students Use Dogs for Behavior and Learning Classes

Dominick Palguta, Contributing Writer

February 1, 2016

Fostering dogs while attending college classes may sound like a challenging proposition, but students admitted into this semester’s Canine Learning course received their dogs at the Boiler House on Jan. 22. The course is being taught by Assistant Professor of Psychology Schlomit Flaisher-Grinberg. Central...

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