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A passion for teaching and love for debate has launched Robert Ruiz, director of forensics, instructor of speech communication and debate coach, into success after success.
A new issue recently emerged in the realm of sexually transmitted diseases – there is now a strain of antibiotic resistant gonorrhea.
As you step inside Hoover 105 you find yourself submerged in a myriad of small international treasures. Your eyes shift around the room not knowing where to look first but a colorful set of Oaxacan dolls capture your attention, you then notice the countless of books that fill every corner. Three Vietnamese paintings are hung on the wall, small wooden African figures stand on top of a counter and a photograph of three children rests on a desk. Kimberly Martin’s office, professor of anthropology and anthropology department chair, contains pieces of the world’s culture and diversity.
Tatiana Raygoza, a sophomore kinesiology major, and Arian Avila, a junior kinesiology major, enjoy the bounce houses at the CAB event “Play for a Cause” to raise awareness about Tourette’s Syndrome.
Junior Bonita Estrada decorates a shirt for Iota Delta sorority’s Clothesline Project with sophomore Katie Lewis and senior Amanda Timko at the booth.
Navy blue sweaters and gold Greek letters filled La Fetra Lecture Hall Tuesday at the Phi Sigma Sigma Annual Talent Show.
Sophomore English major Zac Robertson tips the ball to his opponents, scoring the point Monday at the intramural volleyball game.
Niall Harrison, a junior member of the men’s basketball team, leads the Monstarz to win the championship in Phi Sigma Sigma’s Rock ‘n’ Jock event March 12.
Phlebotomist Monica Lopez inserts a needle to draw blood from sophomore business major Jacqueline Perez at the American Red Cross blood drive Wednesday.
Delta Sigma Pi, a business fraternity for men and women, colonized on campus and held its rush week the week before spring break.