SOLC loses $17,000 budget

By Andrew Main, Julia Moro, Samuel Murray, Caitlyn Picard, and Ian Weiner Senate votes 27-3 to unfund student organization After debate, Student Senate decided to defund the Student Organization Leadership Consultants (SOLC) with a vote of...

Proposed bill to help with student debt

Lawmakers and students can agree that the cost of higher education has increased considerably in the last two decades. According to the College Board 2017 Pricing Report, since the year 1988 the cost of higher...

Have no fear, a job is near

With graduation just around the corner for the class of 2018, future graduates may wonder what their options for employment after obtaining their diploma. Kim Stack, director of the Center for Career and Experiential Education,...

Police Beat: 3/21/18 – 3/27/18

Photo by Anna Meassick |CIGAR| March 21, 2018 At 1:56 a.m., University Police responded to a medical emergency at Hillside Hall. A student was transported to the hospital. At 3:45 a.m. there was a parking complaint at...

Student Senate Report: 3/28

Student Senate discussed the recognition status of three groups on Wednesday night. The first organization was the Student Organization Leadership Consultants (SOLC), secondly the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and lastly The Good Five...

News you should know

Hundreds of thousands of people across the country participated in the “March For Our Lives” rally on Saturday, March 24. The rally was held in response to the Feb. 14 Parkland, Florida school shooting,...

The Great Collide

Photo by Stefanie Erickson |CIGAR|Many students require the same labs to graduate. Combining them is expected to make more ease in the classroom. Anatomy and physiology labs set to merge for 2018-2019 Semesters The University of...

Students confidentiality breached with missent emails

On Jan. 12, 2018 at 9:53 a.m., an email sent out by Disability Services Director, Pamela Rohland, violated the confidentiality of all of the students included in the service. Instead of using the bcc...

Dining hall blues

Photo by Joe Lachance |CIGAR| Students enjoying meals at Mainfare and Butterfield are concerned their song choices are being censored. Administrators filter explicit song selections At both of the dining halls on campus at the University of...

University responds to storms

Photo by Joe Lachance |CIGAR| As the University encounters storm after storm, many members of the community are wondering how exactly the administration are responding to the tumultuous weather. During the past several weeks, the University...

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