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By Ishemia Etheridge

Julie Lassalle is leaving the Center for Student Involvement. Rosalie Carpenter, VP of Student Affairs is temporarily filling in Lassalle’s place. Carpenter will have to take on more responsibilities managing Greek Life, such as planning and working with the Greek students.

Greek Life here on the Hill is an experience where a close bond is valued and community service is essential. Thirty percent of the students of Spring Hill College are involved in Greek Life. 

Government agent talks to SHC students about human trafficking

By Briana Collins | bicollins@email.shc.edu

Tito Pena, an agent from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, delivered an address to SHC students and members of the Political Science and International Studies Club Tuesday night.  Pena discussed his work in Immigration Customs Enforcement, also known as Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).  HSI usually investigates cases dealing with money laundering, human smuggling and human trafficking.  Pena’s lecture focused on the issues of human trafficking.

Students could see change in cable TV provider

By Emily Hill | erhill@email.shc.edu

Spring Hill College’s approaching deadline for a contract renewal with current television provider Comcast has sparked an exploration of television providers that could make students’ cable experience better and provide a new outlet of communication for administration and the Communication Arts Department. 

Lifestyle

By Elizabeth Briggs and Hannah McIntyre

Ninety-seven women ran out of Byrne Library to meet their new sisters on Jan. 19 at Spring Hill College’s Panhellenic bid day, while the boys anxiously waited for their turn to do the same. After a semester of preparation and three nights of recruitment parties, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Phi Mu, and Sigma Kappa welcomed their new members quite literally into their arms. 

Disney and Pixar announce anticipated sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’

By Briana Collins | bicollins@email.shc.edu

Dory will be able to speak whale and “just keep swimming” in her very own animated film, “Finding Dory.” 

Disney and Pixar Animation announced Tuesday that Ellen DeGeneres will once again lend her voice to the chatty and forgetful blue tang fish, Dory.  The film, which is a sequel to “Finding Nemo,” takes place about a year after Nemo’s homecoming.  It follows Dory on her adventure to reunite with her own family.

Celeb's bank accounts hacked, could you be next?

By Summer Ranaldson | summerranaldson@gmail.com

A hacker can steal your identity in just 10 minutes, which is why it’s essential to make computer passwords complex and to not answer unknown emails.

Sports

By Brandon Krus 

The Spring Hill College Women’s basketball team is just a few weeks away from finishing their inaugural season in the NCAA Division II level of athletics and their new conference the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. 

The Lady Badgers have had a good season up to this point with a 9-9 overall record including a 6-4 record in the conference and has them standing in third place in the Western Division. 

Niven named men’s basketball head coach at SHC

By Briana Collins | bicollins@email.shc.edu

Jim Hall, director of athletics, announced Monday that Aaron Niven has been named head coach of men’s basketball at SHC.

Spring Hill College softball ranks No. 24

By Summer Ranaldson

Summerranaldson@gmail.com

Spring Hill College softball team was ranked in the Top 25 Coaches’ poll on April 2.

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