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Posts from ‘March, 2016’

Computing Services Maintenance for today, Thursday, March 31, 2016

Beginning at 9:00 PM, Employee, lab and TEC Classroom PCs will receive critical security updates to iTunes, Quicktime, Chrome, Firefox, Open Office, Libre Office and VLC. Employees are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when leaving work for the day. This will assist the installation of these patches and minimize any impact. […]

VP of Finance, Chief Justice, Executive Secretary Position Appointments

If you are interested in serving as AS&F VP of Finance, Chief Justice, or Executive Secretary for the upcoming academic year, please make sure you fill out the Executive Election Packet (found here). Packets (along with signatures and a brief platform) will be due to the AS&F office by 5PM on Monday, April 11. These are […]

VPAA Student Forums

All students are invited to the Vice President of Academic Affairs Student Forums. Meet the candidates for the VPAA position and participate in Q&A. Forums will be held on April 4, April 6, and April 13 at 5PM in McDaniel 101. If you have any questions, email

Day Five: Feet of an Elephant by Vince Alcon

March 24, 2016 The wonderful thing about ASB for me is the relationships created while on this trip. Just imagine 13 people from all walks of life, having different backgrounds, different life experiences and different ages. Sounds crazy, right? In most situations, having this many people may be hectic and chaotic, but this is not […]

Day Four: Guaymas Casa Franciscana By Darling Najar

March 23,2016, Today we traveled from Bahia de Kino to Guaymas, it was a 3 hour drive. Upon arrival,  we met Ramon and his wife at Casa Franciscana. We started off by getting a tour of Casa Franciscana, then we broke up into groups and some of us were washing dishes, packing food, or helping […]

Day Three: Familias Unidas by Brett Forster

March 21, 2016 We had the great opportunity to meet with Familias Unidas and get to know Marisa, head of the program. She explained how Familias Unidas got started by building concrete houses for those families who had casas de cartón (cardboard). To me, it’s incredible how a program like this came to be just […]

Day Two: First Foot in México. By Chelsie Smith

Sunday, March 20 – Naco, Mexico Today was the first day I set foot in Mexico. It was like stepping back in time. The food was amazing and everything was freshly made. I tried this donut that had egg in it and it was amazing. The buildings made it feel as if we were back […]

Computing Services Maintenance for today, Thursday, March 24, 2016

Beginning at 5:00 PM there will be a brief outage to the wireless services in the Student Union Building as we reboot the system that controls that area. For 5-10 minutes, there will be no wireless service in the SUB. Also, beginning at 9:00 PM, and lasting roughly 30 minutes, several back-end systems will be […]

Day One: Learning and Experiencing Together, by Student Leader AdrianReyes.

For the past three months, a group of students leaders, a campus minister and a community partner from La Punte homeless shelter have been working together to make this trip a lifetime experience! This morning as we are getting everything ready, I am full of happiness for each one of the participants. We all bring […]

Making a difference by Calvin Coombs

This a chance for me to be able to do some good in the world and possibly make a difference in some people’s lives. Having already served a mission in Mexico for my church, I thought that this would be a great chance to serve again, and to use my Spanish. I really hope to […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet