November 22, 2022 Important details about parking and shuttle service during the Thanksgiving holiday. Posted in: Announcements, Facilities, Featured News, Parking and Shuttle, Red Hawk News Here is important information about parking and shuttle services over Thanksgiving weekend: Car park Parking Rules: Effective Wednesday, November 23 at 4:30 p.m., weekendRead More →

Insight Student Engagement Platform Market Forecast 2022 to 2030 research provides accurate economic, global and national forecasts and analysis. It provides a comprehensive perspective of the competitive market along with in-depth supply chain analysis to help companies identify major shifts in industry practices. The market report also examines the currentRead More →

A 23-year-old former student was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to selling 73 guns and high-capacity magazines to an undercover NYPD agent. Prosecutors welcomed the decision, with Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clarke thanking the NYPD “for intercepting these weapons before they hit our streets.” ShakorRead More →

A standout athlete from the western suburbs died suddenly while in college, but Declin Ermer’s legacy of kindness to others continued when many of his organs and tissues were donated to others. other people in need. Ermer, 21, graduated from Wheaton Warrenville South High School in 2019. He played severalRead More →

The framework surrounding the ability of student-athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness (NIL) continues to evolve. Over the past few weeks, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has released additional guidance regarding what NIL activities are permitted and prohibited for institutions and their staff members with currentRead More →

Campus advocates for the disability justice movement are evaluating the physical accessibility of the UC Santa Barbara campus and working to establish better infrastructure to serve students with disabilities at the university. Following the completion of the addition and renovation project in 2016, the UCSB Library is now fully upRead More →

c/o Andrew Lu, Chief Photo Editor Four unknown suspects removed and stole catalytic converters from two student vehicles parked on Veterans Way near Washington Terrace on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at approximately 3:45 p.m., according to a campus-wide email from the Director of Public Safety. (PSafe), Scott Rohde. A passerby andRead More →

ATLANTA, GA/ACCESSWIRE/November 8, 2022/ Amaetheon Laboratories has accelerated as an emerging force in the fight for environmental sustainability. Founded by CEO Raj Patel and CSO Shloke Patel, the microbiology startup is at the forefront of a new multi-mode biological microbial formulation, creating a potent and sustainable alternative in the fungicideRead More →

Election Day is fast approaching on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and Wisconsin’s young voters have been labeled a crucial demographic in this year’s midterm elections. Here’s what you need to know about how to vote as a UW-Milwaukee student, what’s on the ballot, and why this election matters. The best racesRead More →

DODGE CENTER — A Triton Public Schools teacher received a one-year license suspension after shoving a student who sprayed him with hot sparks during a shop class. The Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB) released a summary of the incident, along with ramifications for the teacher. The summaryRead More →

Job : November 03, 2022 | Author: Abbie Cochrane | Reading time: 4 minutes With information about the alliance, including a glossary of LGBTQIA+ terms and resources for student members of the LGBTQIA+ community, the Southern Utah University Pride Alliance helps update campus policies to make SUU more inclusive andRead More →

Students can apply through Careers@USF, the university’s application website. ORACLE PHOTO/ULIANA LEARNED Parking and Transportation Services (PATS) is ramping up attempts to hire students as Bull Runner drivers due to driver shortages, according to PATS Assistant Director Marie Bowen. The effects of the shortage have been seen across Florida, stretchingRead More →