Many University of Mary students have a negative view towards the campus security. Despite these negative views, both the campus security and the University of Mary’s Emergency Messaging System (UMEMS) proved helpful and effective during the wildfire, which swept by campus on April 14, 2015. Compared to past emergencies, the alert system has come a long way in keeping students and faculty up to date.
The Summit will be taking a brief summer hiatus, but we are already looking forward to the fall semester. Stay tuned for great things to come.
Finals week is upon us and preparing can be a very strenuous process. Exams are always important because, for many classes, they make up a large portion of the final grade. Over the next week, University of Mary students will be faced with two choices– slack off and have fun or get focused and crush these tests. For those that choose the latter option, the following five tips will help them destroy and conquer all upcoming tests and group projects.
“The Longest Ride” is the classic “Hallmark” movie we’re not (entirely) ashamed of seeing. It continues author Nicholas Sparks’ book-to-movie run with a mediocre, yet still enjoyable story.
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Rooms 142 and 143 in Welder Library, in connection with the University of Mary Communications Department, will be remodeled into a BEK Communications studio during the summer. The new studio will be used by BEK and will provide students with hands-on experience in the broadcasting field.
The University of Mary will be adding its seventeenth varsity sport in the fall of 2016 when the Marauders welcome women’s swimming to campus. This will be the first major sport the university has added in two decades.
As the semester is wrapping up, a group of about 14 students from the University of Mary will be heading off to Poland for a study abroad excursion. The Poland trip, led by Dr. Krystyna Gorzelska, goes from May 3-16. The group will be touring all over the country including Warsaw and Krakow.