The Frank H. McClung Museum invites area families to attend a free day of jewelry making and museum tours on Saturday, February 23. The event, from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m., will include a tour given by museum educators of the current temporary exhibit, Splendid Treasures of the Turkomen Tribes from Central Asia. Educators will also
A group of students is leading the charge in an international competition that seeks to make a big impact through small steps. Since this fall, more than one hundred students have joined a competition called Small Steps, Big Wins, where undergraduates on campus compete against their peers from other schools to complete social and environmental
The service outage planned for Wednesday evening has been postponed. OIT will make an announcement once the work has been rescheduled.
High school students from around the area will get a chance to improve their critical thinking skills and expand their points of view when they compete in the annual Ethics Bowl. The event, sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and College of Arts and Sciences, will take place today at the Baker Center.