Announcements

Business Continuity Workshop

Everything goes along as it should. … Until it doesn’t. The Office of Emergency Management & Business Continuity will host a business continuity workshop on April 19 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in Building 163, Room 1029. In addition to providing information…

She Didn’t Wait Long to Start Giving Back

In higher education jargon, Elizabeth Zangenberg is what you would call a non-traditional student. The Native American military veteran earned her diploma in her early 60s — and she is non-traditional in another, important way: Less than a year after…

Assessment and a Little Caffeine

Student Affairs and Academic Affairs are joining forces to sponsor The Assessment Coffee Hour. If you want to share findings, foster collaborative assessment, and develop best practices in support of students, you can register for an array of discussions…

Get to Know Your Local Brewery

Innovation Brew Works will host its fourth anniversary celebration on Saturday, April 13. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Keeping It Local,” and the event will include live music and free educational tours of the brewery.…

The Unity Lunch Is Sold Out

So why are we telling you about an event you can’t attend if you don’t already have a ticket? Two reasons. First, 48 free tickets will be made available for students on Monday, Feb. 25 at the Office of Student…

Vegan Options? We’ve Got That

Carl’s Jr. in the Marketplace has introduced the Beyond Famous Star®, which is made with vegan patties provided by the plant-based company Beyond Meat. And at the College of Business Administration, Einstein Bros. Bagels is offering its Daiya Vegan Shmear.…

Homes for Sale Through the Foundation

If you’ve wanted to live near campus, this might be your opportunity. Two single-family homes are available in the Kellogg Tract neighborhood behind the American Red Cross. Unlike traditional home ownership, a buyer will purchase the home but lease the…