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Newsbrief: U.K foreign secretary apologizes for statements about imprisoned Briton in Iran

Newsbrief: U.K foreign secretary apologizes for statements about imprisoned Briton in Iran

“I acknowledge that the words I used were open to be misinterpreted and I apologize to Mrs. Zaghari- Ratcliffe and her family if I have inadvertently caused them any further anguish,” Boris Johnson said.

Music electives expand individuality

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.

Newsbrief: Syria denies U.N report that held it responsible for chemical attack

Newsbrief: Syria denies U.N report that held it responsible for chemical attack

The Syrian Government is being blamed for the release of the chemical, sarin, in the town of Khan Sheikhoun.

Students learn how to be more successful writers

Students learn how to be more successful writers

“I hope this solidified some of the understanding (students) have of writing concepts and conventions.”

Newsbrief: Iraqi government moves to seize Kurdish military positions in Kirkuk

Newsbrief: Iraqi government moves to seize Kurdish military positions in Kirkuk

Iraq’s army, police, and forces, have assembled with the goal of retaking Kurdish controlled area and oil fields near Kirkuk

ALANA raises money for Puerto Rico

ALANA raises money for Puerto Rico

ALANA is collecting donations and money for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.

Dr. Kim Mooney transitions from provost to president

Dr. Kim Mooney transitions from provost to president

On Family Day and Homecoming, faculty and students show up in the Fieldhouse for the Presidential Installment of Dr. Kim Mooney.

Newsbrief: Egypt has once again fallen victim to terrorist attacks by the Islamic State in Sinai

Newsbrief: Egypt has once again fallen victim to terrorist attacks by the Islamic State in Sinai

An Islamic State affiliate, Wilayat Sinai, has claimed responsibility of this terrorist attack, on Monday, September 11th, that killed at least 18 police officers in Egypt.

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.