Victims Of College Shooter Identified
LAS VEGAS, NV - We decided ashile ago to never mention the names of mass shooters. It is our belief that many of those shooters seek infamy, or fame if you will on a national news level. This isn't done to hide anything, it is our belief that we will not give them national exposure for their heinous crimes.
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Oklahoma State University Unveils Ambitious Plans for 700-Acre Research Park in Stillwater
In a groundbreaking move towards fostering innovation and community collaboration, Oklahoma State University (OSU) has announced plans for a sprawling 700-acre Research Park in Stillwater. This visionary project aims to connect various academic and research facilities, including the OSU Student Farm, Botanic Garden, and the Ferguson College of Agriculture Agronomy Research Station. The venture, aptly named the Innovation Park, is set to become a hub for knowledge and technology development, offering a dynamic space for education and engagement.
Singing Faith: HSU Choir Premieres "I Will Sing"
As Hardin-Simmons University continues to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Caldwell Hall, the HSU choir will premiere a new song entitled I Will Sing. Written by HSU staff and alumnus Christian Fortner, the song articulates the eternal process of praising the Lord through music.
Unraveling the Idaho Murders: A Timeline of Tragedy
Unraveling the University of Idaho Murders: A Timeline of Events. In the quiet town of Moscow, Idaho, tragedy struck on November 13, 2022, when four University of Idaho students were brutally stabbed to death in a house near the campus. The shocking incident sent shockwaves through the community and left everyone searching for answers. Weeks later, a suspect named Bryan Kohberger, a criminology Ph.D. student from Washington State University, was apprehended and could potentially face the death penalty if convicted. Join us as we delve into the harrowing timeline of events surrounding this case.
Police Officer Shot, Suspect Arrested By Multiple Agencies
A Virginia State University (VSU) police officer was critically wounded in an early Sunday shooting near the campus. The incident, which occurred around 1:34 a.m., involved Officer Bruce Foster responding to an on-campus disturbance.
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Elwin L. Skiles Social Sciences Building
On Friday, November 17, 2023, at 1:30 p.m., Hardin-Simmons University will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Elwin L. Skiles Social Sciences Building. The event will include special remarks, guest speakers, and refreshments.
Science Smorgasbord at the Natural History Museum
The November Science Cafe Event to be held at the Natural History Museum of Utah located at 301 Wakara Way in Salt Lake City will feature four scientists. They will present a "smorgasbord of science" in an informal and interactive setting.
Harvard Faces Funding Crisis as Jewish Alumni Protest Antisemitism
Over 1,600 Jewish Harvard alumni threatened to withdraw donations over pro-Palestine protests. Billionaires Bill Ackman and Leslie Wexner publicly criticized the university, with Wexner withdrawing foundation funding.
Florida May Remove Sociology, Which Includes Gender and Race Topics, As University Requirements
Amidst the educational evolution in Florida, the potential removal of 'Principles of Sociology' from core university courses sparks a debate on the balance between academic knowledge and societal understanding.
Top Universities in the United States for 2023
The United States is home to some of the best universities in the world. This post includes content written by AI. Information for this post was taken from: www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-universities.
50 Georgia Colleges and Universities will waive application fees this November
The Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) has partnered with the University System of Georgia (USG), the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), private institutions, and Georgia Military College to provide application fee waivers to Georgia high school seniors during Georgia Apply to College Month. Fifty colleges and universities have agreed to waive their application fees for high school seniors between November 1st and 30th.
Utah Utes Women's Basketball Win Big
The University of Utah women's basketball team has an outstanding record so far in the 2023-24 season. They are undefeated in exhibition games with a 9-0 record and are ranked fifth.
The Very Early History of Appalachian State University in 1899
We at Mint Message have written about different places of higher education, but now we are going to talk about the early history of a university located in the mountains of North Carolina with a very rich history that people can learn about. This particular college is known as Appalachian State University When this particular college came into being in the historic town of Boone, NC - a town we have talked about as being a part of the Preserve America program from the United States government based around preserving historically significant communities - the university did not have that name.
You’re Invited to Oktubafest!
Of all the instruments in a band, none may be more distinctive than the tuba. Oktubafest is a celebration of the tuba (and euphonium; technically a tuba!) first started by Harvey “Mr. Tuba” Phillips at Indiana University in 1973. Swiftly spreading across the nation’s universities, Hardin-Simmons University will celebrate its 17th annual Oktubafest this month.
Kappa Pi Art Show: Abilene, TX
From October 23 – November 3, 2023, The Hardin-Simmons University Art Department is hosting its annual Kappa Pi Art Exhibition. The exhibition features a collection of drawings, paintings, graphic posters, photography, and sculptures created by the members of the HSU Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Pi.
University of Pittsburgh Announced New Grant for Low-Income Students
Pittsburgh, PA - The University of Pittsburgh has unveiled a groundbreaking initiative aimed at bolstering the dreams of lower-income students. Starting in the fall of 2024, the Pitt Finish Line Grant will provide one-time, nonrenewable grants to eligible students facing financial holds or unpaid balances. This initiative ensures that these students remain enrolled and achieve their dream of graduation.
Auburn University Students Brace for Season's First Freeze
AUBURN, AL. - Alabama residents, particularly students at Auburn University, are gearing up as the National Weather Service predicts the season's first freeze next week. A significant drop in temperatures is expected, plunging below 32 degrees Fahrenheit in various regions across the state. This chilly forecast signals not only the need to pull out warm jackets but also important precautions for local flora and fauna.
Auburn Athletes Lead the Pack in NIL Earnings
AUBURN, AL. - In the ever-evolving landscape of college sports, one trend is clear: Auburn University athletes are striking gold when it comes to Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deals. Auburn has emerged as a powerhouse in this new era, with athletes from the university raking in higher NIL earnings than their peers at other schools. But what sets Auburn apart? Let's break it down in simple terms.