Annalise Zorn

Stories from Annalise Zorn

Sunday, November 5th, 2017

On behalf of Union Board, we would like to apologize for the inappropriate and insensitive comments made during the Get Out movie screening event on October 31, 2017. Our intent was not to offend anyone, make anyone uncomfortable or feel discriminated against; however, we understand this has occurred. We deeply regret our actions and are working to rectify it. As our mission statement states "We, the members of Union Board, value respect, teamwork, dedication and diversity.
Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Held on October 27 in the Hermann Hall Ballroom, the President Provost Forum offered students, staff, and faculty a platform to ask questions and discuss the current state of the university.

The event started with moderator Morgan Peters, president of the Student Government Association (SGA), explaining the format of questions that alternated between the audience and online submissions.

Sunday, October 8th, 2017
 The Illinois Tech women's volleyball team traveled north to Alverno College on Tuesday night. In the second meeting between the two teams this season, the Scarlet Hawks moved to 2-0 in those contests with a four-set win.
  • A 4-0 run to start the match propelled Tech to an early lead, but the Inferno rallied to take an 8-7 set one advantage. However, a 13-4 run gave the Scarlet Hawks a comfortable late lead.
Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

Debates for the Executive Board of the Student Government Association (SGA) continued on Thursday, March 30 in the MTCC Ballroom with candidates for executive vice president, Finance Board chair, and president.

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

On Wednesday, March 8, the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted their semesterly President and Provost Forum in Hermann Hall, where students and faculty were invited to bring questions and comments to address issues and improvements at Illinois Tech. To start the event, SGA President Hamze Leo Sukkar introduced President Alan Cramb and Provost Frances Bronet, and gave guidelines to make the event run smoothly and efficiently such as a ten minute limit to questions and discussions.

Sunday, October 2nd, 2016

This past Thursday afternoon marked the first President's Student Advisory Council Meeting (PSAC) for the 2016-2017 school year. The PSAC is a committee of representatives from different aspects of student life such as Athletics and Greek Life that gather with the President and Provost monthly to address their concerns and ideas about improving campus and the relationship between students and administration.