We have the coolest students ever and Daniel Teodoro is one of them. Each year he returns to small island of Tasajera in El Salvador to help residents learn how to live self-sufficiently after their livelihood of fishing was destroyed. He also has gathered the talents of other students from around the World to volunteer for his project called Emana, which means human energy. See Daniel’s interview on “Conversations.”
The Big Event had big results. More than 300 MU students put in a total of 758 hours of community service picking garbage, raking, scraping, painting and a variety of chores. It all happen last weekend throughout Mansfield and Wellsboro. The event was covered by WETM News.
The song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams has taken the World by storm, as everyone seems to be doing their own Happy video. We invite you to show up on Thursday April 17th, 11am to 1pm. The more the merrier at the South Hall Mall. Learn the lyrics if you want, but it’s not necessary, just bring your happy.
Moshe Kasher will come to Straughn Hall to open for Aziz Ansari. The show is April 27 at 8pm. MU students pay $5 for the show. $15 for MU employees and alumni and $25 for the general public. Get them at the Campus Bookstore or online.
North Hall Library celebrates National Library Week through April 18. Activities planned include a Murder Mystery Tour, The Truth Behind Sarah the Ghost: Paranormal Findings, Bingo Night, and a Game Night.
Congratulations to the Mansfield Women’s Cross Country Team, they just recieved thier 2013 PSAC Championship rings.
Students Alex Young, Kalen Honeyfield, and Colton Long each gave presentations at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Political Science Association in Harrisburg.
And 24 year old Nick Troiano is making headlines. He has even appeared On the Record with Greta Van Susteren. He is running for Congress and will be in 307 Alumni Hall, speaking to students, April 16th, this is hosted by the Political Science Club.
Tammy Felondis has been named Employee of the Year. She’s been at MU for 24 years working in Human Resources and most recently, Finance and Administration.
Art and history majors alike will love Kseniya Simonova. Check out her spectacular sand art performance.