“Last year we trimmed most of the fat off of the budget, and that left us with the skeleton of the MSA budget. We came up on this year and, lo and behold, we had another small freshman class and there isn’t much fat to trim anymore.”
Nearly 40 percent of college students said they had ridden in a car with a drunk driver, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The system could be implemented as early as the fall semester.
The sophomore electrical engineering major cites his openness as his best leadership quality.
Tiger’s Lair director Veronica DeStefano and Campus Activities Coordinator Kaci Drennan said at first they were unsure of Rachel Sirany, but after the first game, they think she is off to a good start.
Currently, STRIPES is working to lower its wait times, marketing coordinator Robbie Towner said.
Truman’s Closet turns 1 year old, Tiger Pantry turns 2 and STRIPES turns 13 this week.
This week, we chatted with a STRIPES exec and a local stress reliever.
This is Andrew Patchell's ninth semester with STRIPES.
STRIPES changed its person-per-ride policy last week to decrease wait times for patrons.
The STRIPES module update was released during the fall semester.
The organization gave a total of 10,172 safe rides home during this fall semester.
The Wellness Resource Center and Student Auxilary Services acknowledged its services.
STRIPES will be giving out cake in the student center on Oct. 4 to students wearing orange or STRIPES apparel.
Six STRIPES patrons were not ticketed for being intoxicated last weekend, despite popular rumors.
The new STRIPES app will allow patrons to request a ride without making a phone call.
MU's safe-ride program will launch a "$100,000 for 100,000 rides" fundraiser later this year.
About 50 students had signed up for the service, as of Thursday.
STRIPES will add a new phone room and storage space.
Thursday's operations were cancelled due to snow.