Biology Students Conduct Field Research in Arizona Over Easter Break

Biology Students Conduct Field Research in Arizona Over Easter Break

Anthony Vassalotti, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

Students enrolled in Field Biology (BIOL 322) visited the Chiricahua Mountains in southeastern Arizona over Easter break to gain more experience in field research techniques. Two faculty members and...

Education Students Meet Their Journal Buddies

Education Students Meet Their Journal Buddies

Jhemir Stanley, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

A group of Education majors welcomed third graders from Cambria Heights Elementary School in Carrolltown to campus on April 20, meeting with these visiting students for the first time after writing back...

Students Prep for Final Exams

Students Prep for Final Exams

Tom Schellbach, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

With the spring semester drawing to a close, students are preparing to take their final exams. During the University’s final exams period next week, many students will take two to three tests. This...

Students Return from Study-Abroad Experience at Ambialet Campus

Students Return from Study-Abroad Experience at Ambialet Campus

Nagisa Miyake, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

Seventeen SFU students, along with Religious Studies Professor Rosemary Bertocci and her husband, Francis Rohlf, recently returned to Loretto after spending the spring semester in Ambialet, France. The...

Environmental Engineering Major Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

Environmental Engineering Major Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

Anthony Vassalotti, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

Environmental Engineering major Matt Berzonsky has been selected to receive a 2022 Goldwater Scholarship. The scholarship, named after former U.S. senator Barry Goldwater, is among the oldest and most...

Students, Administrators Meet to Discuss Various Issues at Town Hall

Students, Administrators Meet to Discuss Various Issues at Town Hall

Scott Riner, Editor April 9, 2022

The Saint Francis Student Government Association held a town hall meeting on March 29 in the JFK Auditorium. Town Hall, which is open to everyone in the University community, affords students the opportunity...

Communications Students Visit Altoona News Outlets

Communications Students Visit Altoona News Outlets

Nico Nuzzo, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

Students and faculty in the Communications Program made field trips to WTAJ-TV and the “Altoona Mirror” newspaper in Altoona on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The two groups of COMM students...

Boilerhouse to Become Home to Occupational Therapy Department

Boilerhouse to Become Home to Occupational Therapy Department

Lexie Laverty, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

The Occupational Therapy Department will soon be moving from Raymond Hall to the Fine Arts Garage and Boilerhouse. Renovations will begin on the Boilerhouse in June of 2022 with anticipated completion...

University Celebrates ASL Week

University Celebrates ASL Week

Zach Boote, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

The University community celebrated American Sign Language (ASL) Week during the first week of April. The week consisted of multiple events sponsored by CES. There were presentations, guest speakers, a...

Departments, Clubs Collaborate on Initiatives During National Law Enforcement Month

Departments, Clubs Collaborate on Initiatives During National Law Enforcement Month

Shelby Sullivan, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

March is National Law Enforcement Month and several departments and clubs are collaborating on different events and initiatives throughout the month. On March 10, Forensic Social Workers Grace Mentzer...

Upcoming Career Expo Provides Students Networking Opportunity

Upcoming Career Expo Provides Students Networking Opportunity

Jhemir Stanley, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

The Career Services Department will again be hosting its annual Spring Career Expo. The event will be held in-person in the DeGol Arena of the Stokes Center on March 31. Now in its 22nd year, the Career...

SGA Endorses “Timely Feedback Proposal”

SGA Endorses “Timely Feedback Proposal”

Scott Riner, Editor March 25, 2022

The Student Government Association voted on a proposal on March 3 that would require instructors to give students feedback on submitted work within 14 calendar days. The “timely feedback proposal”...

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