Day: September 20, 2022

Students express concerns about the parking shortage on campus

This Fall 2022 semester, a total of 2,302 parking permits have been issued on campus, according to Campus Safety Associate Director Shawn Haas.  The Campus Safety website lists the four different types of permits that can be issued: undergraduate, graduate, guests/visitors and faculty/staff/volunteers. These four types then further split into subdivisions for students depending on …

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COVID-19 relief pay for student workers offered once again this semester

Students who have missed work this semester because they had to quarantine or isolate due to COVID-19 may be able to receive relief pay, according to an email sent to the student body from Kaylie Ackerman, student employment coordinator for Human Resources (HR), on Sept. 6. The email specified that only students who meet specific …

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School of Computing’s first female professor

Written by: Génesis Ventura Becky Beason, a current Southern Adventist University employee, is the first female professor in the School of Computing. She is an adjunct professor and an alum of Southern.  In addition to being an adjunct, she currently works at DarkOwl, a dark web search engine that teaches organizations cyber security defenses using …

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Campus construction projects

Written by: Matthew Orquia Southern Adventist University’s campus continues to evolve as renovation, landscaping and construction projects take place campus wide.  Some of these projects include updating the sidewalk between the student dorms and Wright Hall, starting construction on an upcoming patio behind Talge Hall and changing the campus’ landscape. These endeavors are part of …

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Local deals: businesses that offer discounts to Southern students

Written by: Kathy Zelidon One great way to save money while on a college student budget is finding places that offer deals or discounts for your wants and needs. Around Southern Adventist University, there are restaurants and services that offer discounts to Southern students. The Accent called the restaurants advertised to offer discounts to students …

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‘Southern Votes’ returns to Southern’s campus in time for midterm elections

Written by: Jorge Pontarelli This week, Southern Votes is making a comeback after one year of inactivity.  Xavier Snyder, a 2022 former Southern student with a bachelor’s degree in history, started the nonpartisan, student-led initiative two years ago to help and encourage students to vote in the 2020 presidential elections.  “Many of the people in …

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