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SGA: Campus Climate Survey, Curriculum Changes, and Upcoming QSU Events

SGA: Campus Climate Survey, Curriculum Changes, and Upcoming QSU Events

Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer November 10, 2022

The Student Government Association meetings of October 24th and 31st discussed several different things that will impact student life in a positive way on campus. On October 24th, the meeting proceeded...

Whats Scarier: Halloween or Midterms? Freel Library Holds Monster Mash Study Event

What’s Scarier: Halloween or Midterms? Freel Library Holds Monster Mash Study Event

Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

The Freel Library’s “Monster Mash” study event was held on October 12th and saw an attendance of quite a few students. The event, spearheaded by Dr. Amber Engelson, the chair of the English...

Curt Nitzsche 23 previously played on the Mens Tennis team, and has now found a passion in being MCLAs new sports statistician.

After Tennis Program Got Cut, Nitzche Found Other Ways to Be Involved With Sports

Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

For Curt Nitzsche ’23, sports is the name of the game. A longtime soccer fan and former tennis player, recently he’s taken up the mantle of being one of the “unsung heroes” of the sports community...

Photo by Johnluke Kunce

Construction to Improve Heat and Reduce Waste

Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer October 26, 2022

For those who live in the Flagg Townhouses, there’s no ignoring the large construction projects taking place in and around the first few blocks. But what’s it all about? Why is all this ruckus...

RAs Experiencing Low Event Attendance, Encourage Residents to Go

RAs Experiencing Low Event Attendance, Encourage Residents to Go

Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

As the semester ramps up, Residence Advisors (RAs) begin to put on their unique events for students living on campus. Lucien Thomas-Vickory, the RA of C block in the Flagg Townhouses, discussed upcoming...

SGA Discusses Zen-Den for Students, SGA Elections

SGA Discusses Zen-Den for Students, SGA Elections

Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

The first SGA meeting of the semester took place in Murdock 218 on September 19th at 7pm, with four members in attendance, including one on Zoom.  President Ian Crombie gave his report. Papers for...

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