Incoming students are needed to implement the new ‘agribusiness’ concentration, which will train students in agricultural business and management.
After an unprecedented number of vehicle and dorm room break-ins, Campus Safety and local police are investigating and hoping to find a suspect soon.
Campus Safety has been asked to enforce parking policies more consistently, including enforcing fine payments through impounding of vehicles.
Students respond to the experience of assessment day, and Felicia Squires, director of Assessment and Institutional Research, shares the intentions behind the new event.
Discover6, led by Jenna Beilby, is a fledgling nature club dedicated to stewarding the earth God has given us. It has plans to organize nature hikes, and assess both the native and non-native plant populations on campus.
Student Life has announced their decision to retain the current housing policy for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Corey Gilbert, professor of psychology, reveals the heartbeat behind his “Love, Sex, Dating and Marriage Seminar” and the battle he fights against the taboo surrounding these subjects.
Have you heard about the new dorm game organized by SAB? Learn more about how Syndicate came about and what it may look like going forward.
The new housing policy has raised a variety of concerns from students. The Hilltop would like to hear from you.
Ashlyn Rollins reports on student reactions to the new housing policy to be implemented in the 2018-19 school year, the impact on personal finances and plans, and the discourse between students and administration.