By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org Three hundred eighty-one students drew numbers in Wednesday’s housing lottery, which will guarantee everyone who drew a number a bed on campus next year, residence life officials say. “The cutoff number is 720,” said Angie Lemke, director of residence life. “So all students who drew are guaranteed housing.”
By Jimmy Seals Staff Writer email@example.com The area’s newest representative used an on-campus energy summit to criticize the Obama administration for not exploring what he called the vast untapped oil deposits in locations like the Rocky Mountains and Alaska. Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-Salem) spoke at the fourth annual Energy Technology Summit Monday in Cantrell Hall.
By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The crosswalk across Darden Drive, a long fought-for installation intended to ensure the safety of students walking to and from class, was the scene of a wreck involving three students earlier this week. At around 9:20 a.m. Tuesday, a motorcyclist drove into the back of a car which had stopped [...]
Students involved in the nursing and pre-med programs, Baptist Collegiate Ministries and Wesley Fellowship spent their spring break in sunny locales helping others. BCM, nursing and pre-med students took their third trip to Belize for a medical mission trip, where they provided basic medical care for locals (right).
By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief email@example.com Digging into police records in Germany. Examining 15th century documents in the London National Archives. Teaching Appalachian children that their grammar isn’t wrong, but there’s a “home language” and a “school language.”
By Jordan Fifer News Editor firstname.lastname@example.org A reported burglary near the college led campus police to issue an e-mail alert to students, faculty and staff Thursday. A woman moving into a home on Wright Avenue — off Coeburn Road and near Darden Drive — called 911 shortly before 12:30 p.m. after reportedly finding a stranger in [...]
By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief email@example.com New stairs are being installed on both Thompson and Asbury halls this month. The old stairs were rotting out, said Chad Nodine, the college’s director of facilities. He said the salt put on them winter after winter finally took its toll and the stairs were rusting.