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The voice : Fayetteville State University student press. online resource (None) 2006-current, August 29, 2012, Image 8

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H l^ii: Vok f:. For Students, By Students Adveiliiseiiieiit AiijiHst 29. ijOlij A new "Voice" for fall Revamped office and Website By Dr. Andrea Baker, Adviser A newly renovated Voice is back this fall and ready to unleash a host of changes in the way Fayetteville State University students receive their campus news. After Labor Day, The Voice will be unveiling its new website www.fsuthevoice. com. The site will include up-to-date FSU campus news as well as links and informa tion to other colleges around the nation. In addition, the new website will be interactive and include video and surveys, as well as a mobile application, for stat news hounds who just can't get enough of The Voice. TharJcs to the support of Dr Janice Haynie, vice chancellor for the Division of Student Affairs, The Voice received major renovations to its office in room 241 of the Rudolph Jones Student Center this summer The Voice went from a room of mix and matched computers and furniture to a state-of-the-art newsroom, equipped with six new Mac computers, a new Nikon cam era and tliree digital recorders. The physical space of The Voice was transformed from what could have been mistaken for a storage closet into a professional office for student journalists. Furniture was purchased from Office Furniture Now on Syca more Dairy Road. “We really want The Voice to succeed,” said Dr. Haynie, on several occasions. Dr. Jon Yeung, provost and vice chancellor for the Division of Academic Affairs was also instrumental in getting the renovation project off to a good start. So, here’s to a new year and a new Voice. The Voice is for students and by stu dents so all contributions are welcome. Faculty and staff are also welcome to submit articles. Voice Photos by Dr. Andrea Baker, Adviser The Voice office: Before Voice Photos hy Jennifer Lucas, Editor in Chief Tfie Voice office: After Crime Prevention Tips provided by the FSU Police Department Keep your room locked at all times Never prop open interior or exterior doors Be particularly sensitive to strangers in the dorms and immediately report suspicious activity to a staff member Keep track of your keys Don't allow others to tailgate you into the building Close interior and exterior doors behind you as quickly as possible Use this device to prevent crime Don't allovi/friends to use your key or Bronco ID card Secure your valuables before leaving your room Don't leave your valuables in plain view for others to see Document all serial numbers of expensive items and provide this information to the FSU Police Department. hrtwrCniiie Tips jfld f resMMwB, MUtact UMttnwt a!9!M72-2553 Guest Speakers ^1 « Eagle EmpowennentSedes “Blue Lights In Your Rearview: Navigating Traffic Stops” f ii; . I i. ' ■ 0 Wfcvm«? 0 Waslspfediag? 0 \Vh\ is that cop picking« rights and to help reduce the stress and danger involved with police vehicle sfO[B, lhl workshop is for you. Co-^xfflsoredt^NCCU Office of Students Rights 4 Res^bilS* i Open to the TAUA8 j Tedmology Assisttd Legal Iiistniction and^cct TO REGISTER TO ATPEND Coutncc Woods al 91H72-2iZ7 or n>oojiSf' wwondRi.tda/Cwc-Eiijagtni(Bl/TMJAS

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