April 6, 2020

Sodexho preys on students and employees alike

February 23, 2005 Matt Richman 0

I admit, with a twinge of pride, that I made Sodexho’s “Enemies List” as a member of the “group of 15 to 20 students” who took advantage of their Free Breakfast for Students Program each morning this semester, as detailed in last week’s Signal.

As soon as I realized Sodexho’s technical error, I made sure to rise early each morning, head to Eickhoff Hall and enjoy a leisurely, free breakfast courtesy of Dick Macedonia, the American CEO of Sodexho, Inc. […]

Sigma Tau Gamma chapter suspended five years due to alcohol offense

February 23, 2005 Ashley Marty 0

In late November 2004, Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity had its charter suspended for five years due to an alcohol offense made shortly after the organization had rewritten its alcohol guidelines due to a previous infraction.

According to Tim Wilkinson, Fraternity and Sorority Program Director at the College, in late September, a police report was filed about a party that took place in a house where Sigma Tau Gamma members live. […]

Honors office, more opportunities recommended

February 23, 2005 Tricia Tirella 0

In its final report, the task force on Honors and Scholars recommended the creation of an office of Honors, Scholars and Awards, more fellowship opportunities, transcript recognition for non-honors students who take honors courses and an opportunity for students to apply to the Honors Program after completing one semester at the College. […]

SFB admits to inconsistent allocation standards

February 23, 2005 Sean Marotta 0

Long-running arguments about the Student Finance Board’s (SFB) way of allocating money to conferences and sports conference requests in particular came to a head at the board’s Feb. 16 meeting.

While the board did allocate funds to Club Tennis, Women’s Rugby and Women’s Volleyball, some members expressed displeasure at what they considered a lack of following standards and guidelines when considering conference requests. […]

SGA votes down bill for campaign spending cap

February 23, 2005 Candida DeFonseca 0

A bill to cap spending on campaigns in the Student Government Association (SGA) was voted down 15-28-1 at last Wednesday’s meeting.

The Campaign Finance Reform bill, sponsored by senator-at-large Ravi Kaneriva was intended to cap spending for campaigns “to help make the election system more fair and to control for the difference of candidates’ socio-economic backgrounds. […]

Finance professor helps publish work of alumni

February 23, 2005 Tricia Tirella 0

Tom Patrick, professor of finance, has helped a number of senior manuscripts written for his classes reach publication in professional journals. Most recently, he guided alumni Brian Glenn (’02) with publishing his article in the “Journal of Financial Management.” […]

SGA sends bill calling for VP of equity and diversity

February 23, 2005 Becky Barrett 0

The Legal and Governmental Affairs committee of the Student Government Association (SGA) voted in favor of sending a bill calling for a vice president of equity and diversity to SGA’s general body meeting today.

Although the bill passed 10-1-1, it brought more debate from the Legal and Governmental Affairs committee at their meeting last Thursday than the numbers suggest. […]

Trespassing and lewdness reported at ABE

February 23, 2005 Jenna Lerro 0

Many students are questioning campus safety after receiving an e-mail from Campus Police on Feb. 14 that reported an incident of trespassing in Allen Residence Hall and another of lewdness on the sidewalk between Ely, Allen and Brewster Residence Halls (ABE) and the library construction area. […]

Spring break — finding fun in the Garden State

February 23, 2005 Becky Barrett 0

The College’s students seem to be leaving the state for spring break in larger numbers than Washington’s troops crossed into it that Christmas night of 1776. Tourists, on the other hand, spend $30 billion yearly in the 7,836 square mile state of New Jersey, which brags of beaches, casinos and ski slopes. […]

Organizations engage in friendly feud to raise Tsunami relief funds

February 23, 2005 Teegan Conti 0

Walking past room 202 in the Brower Student Center last Thursday, you found yourself bombarded with a maze of volunteers wearing T-shirts often bearing Greek letters, heard cheering from teammates, the flash of cameras and the talk amongst each organization’s panel, who all wished for them to bare the title of “College Feud Champions. […]

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