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The Lion's Roar

Glimpses from campus during the stay-at-home order
Student leaders honored despite separation

Student leaders honored despite separation

May 14, 2020

To supplement the traditional Division for Student Affairs Convocation Awards ceremony originally scheduled...

Chemistry professor provides learning opportunities through grant

Chemistry professor provides learning opportunities through grant

May 13, 2020

A professor at the university was awarded a $265,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to further...

Summer and Fall Orientation offered virtually

Summer and Fall Orientation offered virtually

May 13, 2020

Due to limitations, the university is delivering all upcoming Summer and Fall Orientation Programs via...

Staying in shape at home during the COVID-19 lockdown
Adeyemi-Berglund selected third to Stampeders

Adeyemi-Berglund selected third to Stampeders

May 15, 2020

Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, Canadian native from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, did something a university football...

REC Sports and Wellness turns to esports

REC Sports and Wellness turns to esports

May 1, 2020

With the intramural spring sports seasons being cancelled, Recreational Sports and Wellness turned to...

Professor holds position in National Accreditation Commission
Kinesiology department under a new leadership

Kinesiology department under a new leadership

May 14, 2020

Housed within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies...

Sales students come first in an annual nationwide virtual role play competition

Sales students come first in an annual nationwide virtual role play competition

May 14, 2020

Business students nationwide participated in an annual sales competition to see who would become the...

COVID-19 vaccine: a work in progress

COVID-19 vaccine: a work in progress

May 12, 2020

On April 23 in Oxford, England, Europe’s first human trial of the coronavirus vaccine began. This vaccine,...

At-home photography trends rise in popularity
University student uses TikTok as a platform to make a difference

University student uses TikTok as a platform to make a difference

May 16, 2020

Over the past year, TikTok has become one of the fastest-growing social media platforms across the globe. The...

Theatre students and faculty adjust to online learning

Theatre students and faculty adjust to online learning

May 16, 2020

Since some classes require both in-person and hands-on interaction, many teachers have found it difficult...

Lions’ Literacy Story Time brings young readers online

Lions’ Literacy Story Time brings young readers online

May 13, 2020

Early childhood education majors are usually preparing activities for young children at an annual day-long...

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