News 2017

Get Involved with SGA!

Posted On January 26, 2018
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The Student Government Association (SGA) Election Commission exists to supervise and regulate the SGA elections in accordance with the SGA Constitution. There is a University-Wide Election Commission, made up of the Election Commission Chairs from each campus, that oversees the presidential election. The Campus Election Commission oversees the elections specific to each campus.

The current… more »

Trotter Award Winner

Posted On December 12, 2017
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The Fall 2017 recipient of the Nell Hamilton Trotter Award is Madlina Jonassaint from Miami, Florida. Throughout her collegiate journey, Madlina has been committed to her academic endeavors, pursuing a Nursing degree while earning an outstanding GPA. Given the selectivity of the Nursing program, this is not just an average student accomplishment. Madlina considers her… more »

Strategies for Academic Success

Posted On November 8, 2017
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With late nights of studying added to the general stresses of being a student, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Stress can affect your mental and physical health, negatively impact relationships with friends and family and contribute to poor academic performance. Therefore, the ability to effectively manage stress is an important life skill for students to… more »

National Recognition

Posted On August 16, 2017
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Panther Activities Council Receives National Recognition The Newton campus Panther Activities Council received the 2017 Boyd Jones National Programming Organization of the Year award at the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) National Conference. The APCA National Conference was held in Orlando, Florida, from March 8-12, 2017. This conference had an attendance of… more »

New Leaders Excited About New Year

Posted On May 16, 2017
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Student media leadership for 2017-18 will focus on fresh faces and new ideas as six entirely new leaders take the helm of the university’s six media outlets.

This clean leadership slate contrasts from recent years when at least one student media leader returned for a second year, according to Bryce McNeil, assistant director for Student… more »