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Start Cruising Your College Years in Style With Hertz Rentals

January 21, 2010

Student Government and senior staff are making it easier for students to rent a car on campus, according to Assistant Director of Civic Engagement, Megan Frisque, since students under the age of 25 are now able to rent a car. “A lot of freshmen come here without cars; a lot of organizations take trips on weekends. We wanted to provide a safe and also convenient way for them to do that,” Kelsie Huth, Student Government president said. The rental cars are being provided by Hertz car rental. Students will be able to rent a Mini Cooper or Ford Exscape by the hour or by the day. [...]

New Construction Projects Begin the New Year

January 21, 2010

Beyond the ongoing construction of the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values, crews were busy working on several projects over the winter break and some are running over into the spring semester. Any student or faculty member on campus during break probably noticed that University Drive in between the library and Science Wing of Plant Hall was narrowed down to a one lane road. [...]

Faith and Values Series In For Another Semester

January 21, 2010

Students who didn’t get the opportunity to attend the events that were part of last semester’s Faith, Values and Spirituality Programming Series will have another opportunity to participate this semester. Last semester the programming, which includes film events, book club meetings and Community Conversations, began to pave the way for the opening of the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values. This semester’s Spirituality and Film series will present Crash on Feb. 12, at 8 p.m. in Reeves Theater, followed by a discussion lead by Dr. Gregg Bachman, professor of communications, Dr. Audrey Colombe, assistant professor of English and Dr. Bruce Friesen, associate professor of sociology. [...]

Rent A Movie on Campus

January 21, 2010

Don’t know what to do tonight, why not rent a movie? A Blockbuster kiosk will be put in the Vaughn Center on the first floor by the entrance of the courtyard according to Megan Frisque, Assistant Director of Civic Engagement. She also said that it’s being put in the Vaughn Center because it’s open later then the other buildings on campus. “There are almost a thousand movies that will be in the kiosk, we’ve been informed,” Frisque said. [...]