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Bill Cook, professor of English, and Moroccan Fulbright scholar Sawsan Hussein teamed up to explain the current and historical aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by describing it from political and humanistic angles.
Safety awareness and preparation were brought to the attention of students and faculty at the Safety and Emergency Preparedness Fair on Oct. 5 in the Campus Center.
Facebook has evolved beyond a vehicle for keeping up with friends into a way for people to get ahead in their professions and more.
The University is embracing the Jewish holiday known as Sukkot, a seven-day holiday marked by the construction of a Sukkah in Sneaky Park.
Campus and community events for the week of Oct. 14, 2011.
A majority of students and faculty said they are not interested in Google+, according to an informal poll designed to determine their awareness, interest and willingness to participate in the new social network.
Guests shared an evening of poetry and music about pride and overcoming oppression with the Black Student Union’s open mic night which featured special guest Besskepp.
Contrary to public opinion, Patricia Hearst was not forced to join the Symbionese Liberation Army, but willingly did so, according to files owned by Professor of History Stephen Sayles.