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New graduates have many options for their next steps

Although graduation day may be a time of promise, for some, the following months can be a time of mystery. With so many possible choices, the next step to take after college can be a challenging decision, not to mention the struggle of  managing finances. From getting a job to going to graduate ...


University organization runs food drive to help Mid-South

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), a student organization in the University of Memphis’ Department of Journalism and Strategic Media, is running a food drive from Nov. 11 to 16 out of the Meeman Journalism Building to aid hungry people of Memphis and leave a legacy of community ...

The Setonian

STEM majors average the most money early in careers

Although students with college educations are usually paid higher wages than students without, not all college majors start off in careers with high-end paychecks. Of all the majors, science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, majors receive the highest starting salaries, according to a study ...


Campus eSports club plugs students into gaming communities

A registered student organization centered on video games has respawned at the University of Memphis, prompting players of all kinds to grab a controller and connect. U of M Esports is the latest gaming RSO looking to attract all types of students for fun-filled, casual get-togethers. Ian Goforth, the ...

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Commuter students have difficult time finding parking

Finding a place to park has been a longtime issue for University of Memphis commuter students, and now, with the pedestrian bridge and parking garage construction on Southern Avenue, the situation for some has become even worse. Angela Floyd, director of Parking and Transportation Services, said she ...

The Setonian

Police Services hosts active shooter training seminar

University of Memphis Police Services hosted a Crisis Preparedness and Response Seminar on Tuesday in the Michael D. Rose Theatre to discuss events of mass violence and to inform students on what to do in an active shooter situation. At the seminar, FBI special agent Tom Hassell and U of M assistant ...


Freshmen residents learn how to be adults on campus

Transitioning from high school to college is already considered a big step for students, but that step becomes a little bigger for any freshman student who decides to live on campus. For several students, moving into the all-freshmen Living Learning Complex away from their parents marked the beginning ...

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