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Public Safety catches wallet thief

Lindsay Shoff February 3, 2005

The Public Safety department and the University Shop are encouraging students to use caution when shopping in the campus bookstore after a series of 22 wallet thefts which began in August 2004.The thefts...

Hunger week aims to ease poverty

Lindsay Shoff November 18, 2004

Funds raised at the University rarely have a direct benefit on a student or on other people with whom the student has had contact, but this year's 32nd annual Father Ray Jackson's "Hunger and Homelessness...

Flu fear rises amid shot shortage

Lindsay Shoff October 21, 2004

In response to the national shortage of flu vaccines this year, the Student Health Center will not offer influenza shots to University students.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,...

Cell phones replace campus service

Lindsay Shoff September 16, 2004

The new school year greeted residents in University dorms with a new on-campus phone system this year, one that no longer allows dialing off campus with an authorization code.Students may only use their...

Falvey remains a work in progress

Lindsay Shoff September 2, 2004

In the coming weeks, University students will see improved access to library materials as renovations to Falvey near completion. Natural oak, new carpets, open reference and information desks and a bank...

Web log provides forum for debate

Lindsay Shoff April 15, 2004

After a 45-minute in-class discussion on the war in Iraq, English professor Dr. Karyn Hollis and her students have produced Villanova's own online forum to discuss political issues outside the classroom,...

Disinterest prevails in senatorial campaign

Lindsay Shoff April 1, 2004

Although this year's SGA boasts a record high interest in the race for University senate, all senatorial candidates will run unopposed, and science and engineering senators will be appointed by next year's...

SGA hopefuls debate issues

Lindsay Shoff March 25, 2004

SGA announced its candidates for student president, vice president and college senators last Friday. The rising seniors, who began campaigning at 12:01 a.m. on March 22, for the top two positions are:...

Dorm blaze causes evacuation

Lindsay Shoff February 12, 2004

Severe smoke conditions rendered 120 University students homeless when a fire broke out last Thursday night, Feb. 5 in McGuire Hall.The fire started at about 7:30 p.m. when a male student left an item...

Administrator bids farewell

Lindsay Shoff April 10, 2003

Dr. Christine Lysionek, director of Residence Life and employee of the University for 20 years, will be leaving the University to assume the role of vice president of Student Development at Cabrini College...

Humanities: ‘Create your own major’

Lindsay Shoff March 20, 2003

In a move designed to intensify the liberal arts major, college representatives announced the creation of the humanities major available to current freshmen and sophomores.The new course of study, which...

Univ. upgrades campus security

Lindsay Shoff February 19, 2003

In response to the perceived increasing threat of terrorist attacks, the University has heightened campus-wide security measures and has updated its emergency preparedness plan.These changes, which were...

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