The Politics, Philosophy, and Law department is sponsoring the Ethics Lecture Series, Practical Wisdom. This semester’s theme for the series is environmental ethics. The series consist of three lectures, of which the first two have already occurred. “If You Walk the Footsteps of a Stranger” by Catlyn Origitano, who is from Marquette University and is … Continue reading
Dear Doctor Jimmy, I have these small puss filled corpuscles on my genitals. Usually they are focused around the glands from which my hair shoots out. They look like pimples and I can pop them as such. I have heard they are Fordyce spots and not herpes, but I’m not sure. Help me, Dr. Jimmy! … Continue reading
Good morning scholars! During the busy, hectic, stressful, and sometimes frustrating times we call semesters, it isn’t hard to get overwhelmed. Maybe you’re sitting in your dorm room, maybe you’re festering in your parent’s basement, or possibly even the living room of the apartments you rent with several others, and it hits you: I need … Continue reading
Hope that everybody is ready to fight the flu this season. The idea of a possible fever, cough, sore throat, headaches, body aches, and overall not so awesome feeling is not our idea of a great time. Is it yours? If not, then beat the flu! Be proactive and get your vaccine today!
Hosted by Student Activities, a Parkside Fear Factorcompetition was held in the Den on Wednesday, Sept. 25th at 8 p.m. The game began with six teams, and each team had two members. A crowd of mainly students filled the Den to watch in curiosity. There were six eliminating rounds to follow.
JOURNAL OF THE SENATE September 24th 2013 Speaker Beth called the meeting to order at 5:00 P.M. Roll Call was conducted: Mr. Beth: Present Ms. Bharvani: Absent- Unexcused Mr. Delcuze: Present Mr. Dowse: Present Ms. Edwards: Present