Serving as the community's largest annual health and human service drive, United Way of the Midlands is setting their sights on a goal higher than ever--$24 million.
The new breed of starving artists in the 21st century are the indie game developers.
Five students attended a Safety Walk that started at Milo Bail Student Center (MBSC) on Oct. 4. The walk was organized by Student Government and led by College of Public Affairs and Community Service Student Senator, Kyle Broich.
Charles Fisher's project for his advanced sculpture class turned into something much more.
Fisher's class-designed sculpture was selected to be installed in front of the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 202 South 20th St.
Fraternities are no strangers to being stereotyped and ridiculed in pop culture.
The sound of soaked shoes was in the air as soggy-socked students sprinted, jogged and walked through a sprinkling Sunday morning for Maverick Productions' Wake Up & Run! 5k