The Student Government Association delivered their completed proposal to change the intervisitation policy to Interum Dean of Students Bruce Vieweg on Jan. 24. SGA’s intervisitation committee has been working on the proposal since September. They have hosted weekly meetings to work on the proposal. Since the beginning of this semester,
The math and computer science department honored its 100th anniversary Jan. 20 by inviting a group of guest speakers to share their work experiences with mathematics. Speakers presented information about a variety of math-related topics including new features of graphing calculators, Feynman integrals and the responsibilities of an actuary. In
Science Academy took a large leap near the end of last year when it became an official student organization. The academy has been going to local elementary schools to teach children about science since the 2005-2006 academic year, but before now the group functioned mostly under the Chemistry Club, the
Social Justice’s annual Hunger Banquet, which was held Nov. 19, brought students together to learn about and discuss the ever-present issues of hunger and homelessness. The event centered around a meal which varied depending on which group guests were seated at. Entering guests were asked to draw a slip of
The Student Government Association’s proposal to change intervisitation is nearing its completion. The Intervisitation Committee has been meeting weekly since September to work on their proposal. SGA held a town hall meeting on Oct. 26 to get student input. The meeting was another step in the long process of revising
Each year, incoming freshmen take one of several exams to assess different aspects of their experiences coming into college. For upperclassmen, these assessments took place during freshmen orientation. However, this year’s freshmen weren’t required to take assessments during orientation. Instead, they were asked to participate online in their free time.
The college recently purchased Ethernet cables for students living on campus to improve Internet connection quality. According to Jasi O’Connor, director of residence life, between 200 and 300 Ethernet cables are now available for students to pick up at each residence hall desk. These cables are for students living in