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Stop the Beef Promote the Peace will return after spring break

BMI will hold their annual Stop The Beef Promote The Peace event on Tuesday, March 17 and commence at 7 p.m. Students seeking to make a difference as well as stopping violence in their community are encouraged attend.


Upcoming audition dates for VU's Got Talent

VU’s Got Talent will hold auditions for students on Monday, March 16.  Auditions will be held in the Greens Activities Center and commence at 5 p.m.  Students that fill they have talent whether its singing, dancing, or comedy are encouraged to attend. Previous sign-ups are required.


Gaming club hosts 24-hour LAN party

For a full 24 hours, VU’s Gaming club hosted a LAN (Local Area Network) party on Friday, Feb. 27 in the Wathen Business building.

There is normally a 12-hour LAN party on the last Friday of every month, beginning at 8 p.m., and a 24-hour LAN party on the last LAN party of the semester, according to Daniel Riggs, Gaming club advisor and assistant professor.

However, due to weather concerns the 24-hour LAN party that was supposed to take place in Dec. was cancelled, and made up for by having a 24-hour LAN party in Feb, according to Riggs.


Meet Virgil Franklin, VU’s esteemed audio recording professor

Virgil Franklin is one of Vincennes University’s esteemed faculty team members.  Franklin worked as an assistant professor for three years until he was promoted to a full-time professor upon his fourth year; he teaches a wide range of subjects such as audio recording, pro-tool certification, reason certification (software packages that go along with the major), film scoring and sound design.


Baseball game cancelled

All VU home games has been cancelled. Enjoy your weekend Trailblazers.


Alcohol on a "Dry" campus and discipline

Vincennes University is a “dry” campus meaning no alcohol even if you are twenty-one, however, that does not stop some students from underage drinking or drinking on campus.

There are a few ways Campus Police can handle alcohol on campus whether the student with the alcohol is 21 or underage.


Making the right decisions on health at VU Health Fair

The VU Health Fair will be held in Tecumseh Dining Center on Wednesday.  Commencing at 11 a.m. and ending at 1p.m., students will be educated on the health beneficiations of healthy eating.


BMI encourages students to attend Health Fair

On Monday, Feb. 23 Black Male Initiative, colloquially referred to as BMI, introduced their newest event—a Health Fair.  Located in the Beless Gym, the Health Fair opened at 6:30 and was available for all students to attend.

“We wanted to do something for Black History Month,” says BMI President Jordan Carter.  “Blacks alone have the highest amounts of health problems such as heart diseases, diabetes, and cardio vascular disease. So instead of having giving facts over the subject we decided to create the health fair so everybody could engage and participate.”


Debate night opened to VU students

This Wednesday, Feb. 25 at the Student Union in the Fort Sackville Rooms 1 and 2 there will be a Debate Night. This is being hosted by the Black Male Initiative and will take place at 7 p.m.  This event is open to anyone who wishes to come.


Coming Up at Shircliff Theatre: Horrible Bosses 2

Next Friday Feb. 27 the Shircliff Theatre will be playing the comedy Horrible Bosses 2. The film was released on Nov. 26, 2014, It is a sequel to the 2011 film Horrible Bosses. The film earned mixed reviews but had success in the box office grossing over  106 million worldwide. The film will begin admission is free and thier will be free water and popcorn  



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