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Shawnee State Honors Women (Who Rock)

Anissa Peoples, Staff Reporter | April 20, 2020

On Apr. 17, Shawnee State’s Women’s and Gender Equity Center along with Student Life hosted an online version of the 2020 Women Who Rock ceremony. Originally, Women Who Rock was planned to be an in-person ceremony honoring SSU women who were chosen by fellow students, faculty and staff to receive recognition. Due to the cancellation of all in-person events on campus this spring, awards were presented...

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The Current Situation with COVID-19 at Shawnee State University

Cameron Allen, Staff Reporter | March 30, 2020

It is a chaotic and confusing time on campus due to recent events that have occurred because of the Coronavirus. A national emergency has been declared because of the Coronavirus, and it is going to affect campuses across the nation. There is a lot of speculation on campus about how Shawnee State University is handling the situation and what is going to happen between students and staff alike. So far...

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Graduation Fees: Where Does All the Money Go?

Ashley Neice, Staff Reporter | March 30, 2020

It is that time again, Bears! One semester before you graduate, you petition to graduate that next semester and you are charged a fee for graduation. SSU charges a $45 fee when you petition to graduate; so what exactly are the fees used for? This fee is used for the “first time petition.” If you petition more than once, you will not be charged again afterwards. Cap and gowns are purchased separately...

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Mason Bryant, Staff Reporter | March 28, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been an unprecedented amount of changes taking place all over the world, and by our institution in recent weeks. Everyday, there are massive amounts of changes taking place within the school, and it can be a lot to keep up with. It’s easy to get lost in the swarm of emails being sent out and not get the whole story. To simplify things a bit, and make...

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Shawnee Takes Caution

Keldon Bowling, Editor | March 12, 2020

As many students may have heard, Shawnee will be converting all classes online as of March 23 until April 12 this semester. According to an email sent to all Shawnee students and faculty from the Office of the President, this shift is an attempt to “keep with advice and recommendations regarding COVID-19 from Governor DeWine and health officials.” As a result, classes will be cancelled next week,...

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Shielding Those Most At-Risk

March 25, 2020

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October 10, 2019

Student Counseling Services at Shawnee State

October 8, 2019

Important Office Hours Across Campus

October 3, 2019

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Campus Sororities Recruit New Members

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The News Never Sleeps, Unless it’s the Holiday Season

December 8, 2019

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

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