Weekly Recap: Vol. 115, No. 20

Category:  News
Sunday, March 20th, 2016 at 11:21 PM

NEWS:

"University Talks Finance to Staff: Relates Budget Issues to Drop in Enrollment"
By Tracy Geibel - Executive Editor 
Edinboro University’s current budget status was discussed to faculty by Interim President Dr. David J. Werner and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Michael J. Hannan on March 1. The presentation entitled, “Where We Are, How We Got Here, and The Path Forward,” looks at the budget, its effects and how factors like declining enrollment has made an impact on the situation. For the full story, check out http://www.edinboronow.com/article/university-talks-finance-to-staff-relates-budget-issues-to-drop-in-enrollment

"‘The Hunting Ground’ Looks at Campus Sexual Assaults"
By Macala Leigey - News Editor
Edinboro hosts a panel discussion on sexual assault and features “The Hunting Ground” film that was presented by the Edinboro Film Series and produced by CNN Films of which was aired in 2015 on CNN. The film focuses on several sexual assault victims on their journey to seek justice from their colleges for what happened to them. The event was sponsored by the Edinboro Film Series and the Take a Stand against Sexual Violence campaign here on campus. For the full story, check out http://www.edinboronow.com/article/the-hunting-ground-looks-at-campus-sexual-assaults-

SPORTS:

"Ida Narbuvoll earns second team All-American in Kansas"
By Bob Shreve - EU Sports Information
Narbuvoll is now an All-American both in cross country and track & field. The Edinboro University freshman earned the track & field one while competing in the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships at Pittsburgh State University. Read more at www.edinboronow.com or check out the latest issue of the Spectator in print or in the archives.

"Adams Earns All-American, 2 Others Grab Academic Award"
By Bob Shreve - EU Sports Information
The National Wheelchair Basketball Association announced its postseason awards and three Fighting Scots were part of the teams announced at the awards reception. Mike Adams earned second team All-American honors for the second straight year, Derek Strickland earned his three-time Academic All-American and an honorable mention as well as Blake Rush. Read more at www.edinboronow.com or check out the latest issue of the Spectator in print or in the archives.

VOICES:

"Our Viewpoint: 6 Notable Women to Remember During Women’s History Month"
By the Spectator
During Women’s History Month, women are recognized for all the great things they are doing. Featured in this viewpoint are six women who should be recognized. Check out www.edinboronow.com or pick up a copy of the Spectator or read it in the archives. Power and its possessors: A look at how we delegate authority By Emma Giering The title itself is pretty self-explanatory. Check out Emma’s take on how authority is delegated at www.edinboronow.com or pick up copy of the Spectator.

ARTS

"10 Cloverfield Lane" 
By Andrew Vest – Senior Staff Writer
This “10 Cloverfield Lane” review is every bit as mysterious and illusive as the movie is projected to be. This combination of drama, horror and mystery is evident in the trailer, which does not reveal much other than the inhabitants are living in a bunker. Read this review by Andrew Vest on Edinboronow and in last weeks issue the Spectator in the Arts section.

"How Has Technology Changed Communication Among Millenials?"
By Will Stevens - Campus Life Editor
Read this story by Will Stevens on the use of technology in the classroom. He talked to two professors about how they incorporate technology into the classrooms and their everyday lives. Research from the Pew Research Center says that 15% of 18-29 year olds are heavily dependent on smartphones for online access in 2015. Most of the current generation of young adults can relate to growing up with technology, making it a vastly different environment from that of our parents.

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