VU presents transfer fair to advancing students

Khadijah Doumbia, staff writer

February 28, 2019

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For some students, this is their last year or semester at VU. Many students are excited to say they’ve completed their degree requirements and are ready to move on and learn more at their transfer school of choice. As college students are carried away completing assignments that are due in the next few weeks, some attended the transfer to get more information from other universities.

Students and faculty treated to Halloween event

Tay Simmons, staff writer

November 27, 2018

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Students were treated to a Halloween event on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the Summers Social Science Center. The event, sponsored by the College of Social Science, Performing Arts and Communication was held mainly for students with undecided majors, but every student was welcome. Students filled their bags with candy from faculty and staff and played Plinko to win prizes, including VU T-shirts. Overall, the students seemed to have had a great experience.

Escape room encounter

Kayla Trent, Assistant editor/copy editor

October 30, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

On Wednesday, Oct. 23 and Thursday, Oct. 24 the Vincennes University Shake Library hosted an escape room that was free to all VU students. Many students formed groups of up to eight people to try and score the best time. The fastest group received a free pass to Vincennes Escape Adventures.

Dining center service times spark discussion

Tay Simmons and Shawn Hopkins

October 9, 2018

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The Tecumseh Dining Center (TDC) hours seem to be a popular topic of debate among VU students on campus. While some students are on the fence about their stance on how the TDC hours work for their schedule, most seem to be on either one side or the other.

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