Shields School of Business to Host Student Appreciation Day

Shields School of Business to Host Student Appreciation Day

Shelby Sullivan, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

The Shields School of Business will celebrate Student Appreciation Day on Friday, April 29. Student Appreciation Day was introduced last year by John Miko, Associate Dean of the SSOB. Miko said the...

Students Looking Forward to Summer Break

Students Looking Forward to Summer Break

Aggie Hoover, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

With finals week almost here and the calendar about to turn to May, many students are turning their attention to their summer plans and activities. “My high school friends and I plan on spending a...

University Celebrates National Library Week

University Celebrates National Library Week

Aggie Hoover, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

The Saint Francis Library has long been a location for studying and learning on campus and this past week the University community took some time to recognize its importance. National Library Week was...

Chemistry Students, Faculty Celebrate Pi Day

Chemistry Students, Faculty Celebrate Pi Day

Anthony Vassalotti, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

The Chemistry Club celebrated Pi Day on March 14 by hosting an array of pi-related events. These events included a pie periodic table, two pie-eating contests, and a Pie-a-Professor session. All of...

SFU Students Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

SFU Students Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

Maddy Perry, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

Saint Patrick’s Day commemorates the death of Saint Patrick and is celebrated on March 17 every year. The day is also observed as a religious holiday celebrated by the Irish, as Saint Patrick is the...

Lenten Season Begins Next Week

Lenten Season Begins Next Week

Madison Perry, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

As we near the start of the Lenten season, a Christian holiday celebrating the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus Christ, several students recently reflected on some of the traditions and celebrations...

Locker Room for Commuter Students Now Available in Padua

Locker Room for Commuter Students Now Available in Padua

Aggie Hoover, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

The University’s Student Government Association conducted a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Commuter Locker Room in Padua 113 on Feb. 17. The locker room provides commuter students a secure...

University’s History Shared in Social Media Initiative

University’s History Shared in Social Media Initiative

Alex Crocco, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

SFU graduate Randall Frye is leading a social media initiative titled “On This Day In Saint Francis History.” The project highlights various moments in the school’s history each day through social...

Students Reflect on Catholic Education During National Catholic Schools Week

Students Reflect on Catholic Education During National Catholic Schools Week

Zach Boote, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

National Catholic Schools Week was held the first week of February. The week consists of numerous activities at Catholic schools around the country and affords students, parents and others the opportunity...

Students Return to Ambialet For Winter and Spring Sessions

Students Return to Ambialet For Winter and Spring Sessions

Taylor Ponchione, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

SFU students were back at the University’s campus in Ambialet, France, during winter break. On Nov. 29, 15 students (Emily Claar, Kelly Dickson, Erika Ellison, Liz Fisher, Sierra Gearhart, Francisco...

Communications Students Collaborate with Small Business Development Center

Communications Students Collaborate with Small Business Development Center

Aggie Hoover, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

The Communications Club is working with the University’s Small Business Development Center in an effort to help promote area businesses. In collaboration with the SBDC, the club plans to create podcasts...

Students Make Super Bowl Predictions

Students Make Super Bowl Predictions

Alex Crocco, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

This weekend’s Super Bowl is a matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals, two teams that were constructed in very different ways. The current edition of the Rams was built by...

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