Who says eating in college has to be disgusting?

Who says college dining has to be disgusting? Originally published in The Diamondback's 2012 College Park Guide. By Jenny Hottle, staff writer Although college brings the excitement of independence, night life and (optional) classes, students often seem to long for a home-cooked meal. There’s a stigma associated with college dining: It’s bland, boring and sometimes …

University among national leaders in LGBT safety, acceptance

Campus scores perfectly in all but housing in national index By Jenny Hottle, staff writer Wednesday, August 29, 2012 Originally posted on diamondbackonline.com. Until one football game last year, Riley Bartlebaugh said she had felt comfortable being out on the campus. But the sophomore English and theatre major said as she left the stadium, striding …

7 teams eliminated from univ. athletics

Men's outdoor track only team to meet its first benchmark By Jenny Hottle / for The Diamondback Tuesday, July 3, 2012 Originally posted on diamondbackonline.com. The athletics department eliminated seven of its 27 teams Saturday, leaving more than 100 student-athletes without programs to compete for next year, Athletic Director Kevin Anderson said. The announcement comes …

Athletic department to evaluate teams slated for elimination

Athletic department to evaluate teams slated for elimination Officials say will take into account fundraising thus far and make decisions accordingly By Jenny Hottle Sunday, June 24, 2012 Originally posted on diamondbackonline.com. Although eight athletic teams are slated for elimination this weekend if they fail to meet their fundraising goals, athletics department officials said they …

He’s a Keeper

James Hicks to play on International Quidditch team this summer By Jenny Hottle / for The Diamondback Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Originally posted on diamondbackonline.com. He just started playing quidditch last fall, but soon James Hicks will be playing the sport just miles from King’s Cross Station. The graduate student earned a spot on the International Quidditch …

New journalism dean to focus on expanding programs

Dalglish to replace Dean Kevin Klose in August By Jenny Hottle Friday, May 18, 2012 Originally posted on diamondbackonline.com. When Lucy Dalglish assumes her position as dean of the journalism school this August, she has two goals: to learn about the staff’s ideas and to increase collaboration with other schools within this university. Dalglish, the executive director …