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Cal U holds annual Constitution Day

Cal U holds annual Constitution Day

BY ZACH FILTZ, Cal Times Contributor

September 25, 2015

Did you know that candidates use survey systems that are sometimes funded by “dark money”? That was one of the points made during this year by the recent “Constitution Day” panel event Sept. 17 in Eberly Hall 110.     Organized by Melanie Blumberg, a political science professor at California Universit...

“What’d You Do This Summer?”

This is one of the three ziplines at Peek’n Peak. The ziplines were just installed last August.

Lauren Griffith, Lifestyles Editor

August 27, 2015

I am not a huge fan of roller coasters. I don’t care much for flying either. And I’m the kind of person that always has Dramamine with them and isn’t afraid of using it.     Until I went ziplining, Dozens of feet in the air, flying through tall trees, with their leaves within my arms reach. The...

BSU Corner: Back to School Edition

BSU Corner: Back to School Edition

BY JERRON CORLEY

August 27, 2015

Students, staff, and faculty of Cal U, I     welcome you back to campus. As the sun begins to rise, so does the beginning of a new semester! This week, take the time to reconnect with friends and favorite professors you may or may not have heard from during the summer. New students, I am glad you all ...

Sweet! Cal U student launches maple syrup business

Sweet! Cal U student launches maple syrup business

ZACH FILTZ, Contributor

April 29, 2015

    Steve Cox, who is the owner of Cox Market in Monongahela, said that Jobie Rossell is not your average college student. As a full-time student with a double major, Rossell has a business of producing pure maple syrup.   Rossell does business with a few grocery stores around the Mon Valley area. C...

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