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SU Splash! Offers Students Opportunity to Share Passions

SU Splash! allows students to share their passions with participants from local high schools by teaching interactive classes on whatever interesting subject they can come up with. Splash! is a day-long program that aims to change perspectives, builds relationships, and … Continue reading

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SU Librarians Volunteer in Georgetown Community

Over the past year SU librarians Joan Parks and Theresa Zelasko have been lending their expertise to the library of First United Methodist Church of Georgetown on East University Avenue. They have assisted the church’s dedicated library-volunteers, led by Dotty … Continue reading

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New tools added to voyager catalog

This week two new tools were added to the Smith Library Center’s Voyager Catalog: Cite This Item is located in the Actions box on the right side of all item records. The Cite This Item link will open a new … Continue reading

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SU helps support Senior University

If you feel like you’ve been seeing a lot more old people around campus lately, you’re observations are not unwarranted. Residents of Sun City are moving in and becoming your classmates. Okay, not really, but they are taking classes here. … Continue reading

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Student wants less theory, more real world.

Let’s face it–not everyone wants to be a researcher. Some students tremble with the anticipation of their future grant applications and research work. Other students literally gag on the thought. While it’s true that many students don’t know that they … Continue reading

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