Month: September 2006

A Different Approach

Learning the “Charleston,” shooting soda-can rockets and playing soccer don’t sound like activities typically done in most college classes. However, in Dr. John Bertalan’s “Foundations of American Education” class, the reverse is true. He has been teaching this course for over twenty years and enjoys being taught by his students.

Kappa Sigma Allowed New Hearing

Inter-Fraternity Council handed down sanctions to Kappa Sigma fraternity two weeks ago for violating sections of the Interfraternity Council Recruitment Guidelines. The fraternity, which was recently allowed back on campus after serving previous violations, appealed the sanctions due to the unconstitutional manner in which the sanctions were presented.

BSU Day of Service

Most community service projects are aimed at helping a single group or cause at a time. At the First Annual Black Student Union Day of Service, however, volunteers will be able to help five area locations simultaneously. Open to members of all organizations interested in “joining the fun and helping make a difference in the Tampa Bay community,” the day of service will take place on Saturday, Sept.

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