By Anne Francomano/ tr news editor Online orders seem to magically appear on doorsteps. Warehouses ship products daily to local brick-and-mortar stores. Manufacturers churn out goods destined for overseas.
Final examination periods will be a maximum of one hour and fifty minutes, and examinations will be conducted
By Daniel Miller The NE Student Government Association met April 19 with the clubs attending presenting their final plans for the semester.
By Victoria Pedersen/ reporter NE Campus’ annual Shakespeare Festival focused on Shakespeare’s identity and his influence on current artists who choose to remain anonymous despite their success.
By Jason Middlebrooks South Campus will host an African-American Health Expo 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 6 in SHPE with a free, pre-event breakfast at 8 a.m.
By Jason Middlebrooks South’s Spectrum Talent Show was seen as a success with club vice president D’ante Stone taking first place in the competition.
By Andrew Forbes/ reporter Four members of Spectrum, a South LGBT+ Allies group, talked to South Campus students and faculty April 18 about everyday struggles and conflicts that occur in the LGBT+ community.
By Andrew Forbes TR will host 75 Years Later from Japanese Internment May 2 to raise awareness of how the history of this interment has an impact on Japanese social issues in today’s society.