Posts Tagged ‘ Jamal Tull ’

FamilyWorks hosts Sexual Assault Survivors Group meeting

Sep 12th, 2013 | By

by Jamal Tull   Yesterday, the IAM: Sexual Assault Survivors Support Group met at the FamilyWorks Center on Patterson Street. The group was established January 2012 by five American family therapy advanced standing graduate students. The group sought out to create a platform where survivors can share their thoughts and emotions, and IAM has been
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Dead Day may pass away

Apr 18th, 2013 | By ,
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Written by Shane Thomas & Jamal Tull   The VSU Faculty Senate will meet today at the UC Magnolia Room to discuss policies as the semester winds down. Among the issues to be discussed, the Faculty Senate will propose the elimination of “dead day,” the Tuesday of finals week when no classes are scheduled, from
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College of Arts dean candidates to visit campus

Mar 14th, 2013 | By

Written by Jamal Tull   Starting today, VSU will be interviewing three candidates for the position of dean of the College of the Arts. The itinerary for each candidate has been made and includes lunch and a meeting with President William McKinney. It also includes a question and answer session at 3 p.m. on the
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Go the cheap route with your V-Day date

Feb 13th, 2013 | By

Written By Jamal Tull Ten for $10 Picnic- There is nothing like a picnic that screams romance on Valentine’s Day. A perfect candlelight picnic can be created with a few food items and supplies from Wal-Mart and a book on Astronomy. Eating dinner by candlelight and gazing off into the heavens is the perfect way
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Florida professor to discuss back issues

Jan 17th, 2013 | By

Today in Powell Hall Dr. Brian Harfe will be presenting his latest finding on the development of the intervertebral discs at 4 p.m. Not only does he teach at the University of Florida College of Medicine, but Dr. Harfe is the director of the Developmental Genetics program at the University of Florida. Also, according to
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