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All posts tagged "src"
SRC celebrates one-year anniversary
By: Leada Felli The Student Recreation Center turns one year old this month. The $38 million center, mainly used as a gym, offers for-credit fitness classes, club teams and intramural teams where 1900 students play. From weight-lifting...
- Posted October 13, 2014
How old is U of L?
By Lubna Hindi — If you ever thought your professors were ancient, you will not believe the age of some of the buildings on campus. Currently standing U of L Belknap campus buildings span 141 years. The youngest...
- Posted May 21, 2014
SGA challenges University over SAC renovations
By Jacob Abrahamson– This story continues on a story from October by Simon Isham. You can view it here. In a debate that has continued since October 2013, SGA continues to be at odds with U of...
- Posted March 24, 2014
“Qdoba Game Center” opens at the SRC
By Eiman Zuberi– The SRC just got even more exciting; a new gaming center has just opened on the third floor. Although it is called the “Qdoba Game Center,” I will, (with regret), tell you that they...
- Posted February 21, 2014
SGA and athletics discuss SAC renovation plans
By Simon Isham — As the new Student Recreation Center nears a grand opening, the Student Government Association and the athletics department are currently in discussion over which organization should be granted the rights to some newly...
- Posted October 22, 2013
A tour of the new Student Recreation Center
By Simon Isham– The tour of the SRC, as promised in the first issue, finally up on the website. Arrow through the photos below to see what’s coming to campus this fall.
- Posted August 28, 2013