by NICK BUCHANAN
Tiffin resident Beth Walliser spent March 20 on the corner of Miami and Sandusky streets with a poster board in hand. Its headlining message was blunt: “Shame on TU.”
“I’m here in regards to the lack of response from TU in regards to the deaf issues that the four students on campus are trying to present to the [disability] services director,” she said. “Without discussion or any forthcoming, the director is trying to force the students to discontinue their live interpreters that they have now and making them go to iPads via Skype.”
by BRANDON UTLEY
Are you sick of spending your boring Friday nights in your bed? Are you constantly wishing there was more fun things to do on the weekend? Well, don’t fret: The brothers of Theta Eta Omicron have you covered! On Friday, March 24, the Omicrons will host a charity concert to support Hope for the Day.
While discussing Hope for the Day, Omicron brother Michael Saliba said, “This is an organization that focuses on suicide prevention and mental health education through self-expression platforms to achieve outreach, education, and prevention.”
Tiffin University’s student newspaper, The Tystenac, won five awards at the Associated Collegiate Press' annual convention in Minneapolis.
After competing with 200 delegates at the organization's Best of the Midwest College Journalism Convention Feb. 17-19, the campus newspaper won three awards in the categories of best four-year university non-weekly publication; best single page design; best editorial, and two awards for best feature story.
by BRANDON UTLEY
Tiffin University’s SPECTRUM is hosting a photography project to coincide with the National Day of Silence, a national event in April to bring awareness to anti-LGBTQ bullying and crimes.
The project consists of students and faculty writing what they do to keep themselves safe that not everyone may think about on a large piece of paper. The goal is to have enough pictures to hang in a large display on campus on the National Day of Silence, which falls on Friday, April 21 this year.