Fantasticks Cast Entertains SFU Community

Fantasticks Cast Entertains SFU Community
November 14, 2019

The Fine Arts Department’s fall performance of the “Fantasticks” was held last week at JFK Auditorium, with the opening show on Nov. 7 and two performances on Nov. 9. The cast was comprised of...

Nursing Program’s Pass Rate on Licensure Exam Perfect for Fifth Straight Year

Nursing Program’s Pass Rate on Licensure Exam Perfect for Fifth Straight Year
November 14, 2019

SFU’s Nursing Program is tied for number one in the nation for the fifth year in a row after achieving a 100-percent pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).  RNcareers.org...

Coyne Hired To Lead Lacrosse Team

Coyne Hired To Lead Lacrosse Team
October 31, 2019

Tracy Coyne has been hired as the women’s lacrosse team’s new head coach. Coyne has coached lacrosse for 29 years. During 15 years as the head coach at Notre Dame, she turned a club team into a...

Student’s Beef Farm Funded Through Invest-in-Success Award

Student’s Beef Farm Funded Through Invest-in-Success Award
October 31, 2019

The Shields School of Business held its 11th annual Invest-in-Success event on Oct. 25 and more than $4,500 was awarded to students who presented their ideas to returning SFU alumni during Mentorship Week. Four...

Alumni Return to Campus for Mentorship Week

Alumni Return to Campus for Mentorship Week
October 31, 2019

The University hosted “Mentorship Week” from Oct. 21-25, welcoming back to campus almost 100 alumni who participated in question-and-answer sessions and networked with current students throughout the...

Teamwork Makes Homecoming Festivities a Success

Teamwork Makes Homecoming Festivities a Success
October 31, 2019

I have been planning events through the Student Activities Organization for three years, but planning Homecoming was unlike anything I had undertaken before. I took on this role when our designated Homecoming...

Be Prepared for Spring Semester Scheduling

Be Prepared for Spring Semester Scheduling
October 31, 2019

The fall semester is winding down. Some students are worrying about final projects and trying to improve their grades. Others are scrambling to figure out what classes they need to take next semester. Take...

Chemistry Faculty Member Celebrates 25th Year of Teaching at SFU

Chemistry Faculty Member Celebrates 25th Year of Teaching at SFU
October 24, 2019

Ed Zovinka, a professor of Chemistry, completed his 25th year of teaching at Saint Francis at the end of the 2019 spring semester and an event is planned to celebrate this milestone. On Friday, Oct....

Still Time to Sign Up to Study Abroad in Ambialet in Spring 2020

Still Time to Sign Up to Study Abroad in Ambialet in Spring 2020
October 23, 2019

If you are thinking about studying abroad next semester at SFU’s campus in Ambialet, France, Steve LoRusso, a professor of Exercise Physiology who taught there last semester, encourages you to just do...

Enactus Members Attend Fall Collaboration Summit in Pittsburgh

Enactus Members Attend Fall Collaboration Summit in Pittsburgh
October 19, 2019

SFU Enactus members attended the 2019 Enactus Fall Collaboration Summit on Oct. 5 at the University of Pittsburgh. The goal of the event is for Enactus members to evaluate projects, network, attend a career...

Director of Athletics to Resign in March

Director of Athletics to Resign in March
October 13, 2019

Susan Robinson Fruchtl, SFU’s Director of Athletics and former head women’s basketball coach, has announced her plans to resign from her position in March 2020. Robinson Fruchtl was head coach of...

SFU Community Honors Lives of Those Lost

SFU Community Honors Lives of Those Lost
October 2, 2019

A candlelight vigil was held on the mall Sept. 25 to celebrate and honor the lives of three students who died earlier this year: Nick Cumer, Liv Juliana and Bryan Smeltzer. Nick was an Exercise Physiology/Cancer...

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