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Taking Care Week Offers Students, Faculty, Staff Ways to De-stress

Taking Care Week Offers Students, Faculty, Staff Ways to De-stress

By Megan Parker, News Contributor

March 5, 2018


Filed under Campus News, News, Showcase

Hosted by the Counseling and Testing Center, this year’s Taking Care Week included several activities; such as informational workshops where students, faculty and staff learned ways to de-stress and relax during midterms. Dr. Matthew Altiere, Senior Associate Director of the Counseling and Testing Cent...

Students learn importance of business etiquette

Students learn importance of business etiquette

By Paul Clifford

November 10, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

Students learn importance of business etiquette Having a good resume is only the first step in making sure one can land a job. Last week, more than 300 students gathered in the Student Union Ballroom on Nov. 4 to learn the importance of business etiquette. Students learned about proper dress ...

Living on UA's campus: To love or not to love, we should all ask

February 10, 2012


Filed under Opinion

By: Starr Davis Being a commuter, I have mixed feelings about living on campus. I lived in Quaker Square Residence Hall my freshman year; at the time, staying on campus was a luxury, but after my first year, it became a burden. I understand the importance of living on campus to gain a college experi...

Residence hall rates to remain on-campus over winter break

November 30, 2011


Filed under News

By: Samantha Hubble Campus will be closed over winter break, but there are options for students who wish to remain on campus. During break, most residence halls close, but some remain open for a price. Spicer Hall, Bulger Hall, Exchange Street Apartments, Quaker Square, Grant and the townhouses will ...