Update: Paige Aiello has been identified as the female whose body was found in the Hudson River yesterday, according to The Times. R. Barbara Gitenstein, president of the College, sent an email to the College […]
Information Technology will bring a number of changes to the campus once the 2013-14 academic year begins in the fall. SOCS, email accounts, course evaluations and more will receive renovations or overhauls as the College takes steps to improve security and efficiency. […]
A male student, wearing only shorts and socks, wandered into a female student’s room in Decker Hall and passed out on her bed at approximately 4:40 a.m. on Wednesday, April 24, according to police reports. The female student, who had left her door unlocked, was unable to wake up the wandering student. She contacted her CA, and they contacted Lions’ EMS and Campus Police. Upon arrival of Lions’ EMS, the student remained unconscious, but was eventually woken up and admitted to consuming three or four beers. He was issued a summons for underage drinking and was forced to spend the night at home, according to police.
Mosab Hassan Yousef, quite literally the son of Hamas, has experienced life on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and he shared his story of transition from one side to the other on the Kendall Hall Main Stage on Sunday, March 3. […]
As I labored through a tough day of work at The Signal, I began to feel a deep craving for something fried. A friend referred me to JC Teriyaki, where you can get two pieces of fried chicken with fries and coleslaw for under $5. […]
This semester, the College expects to break ground on Campus Town, continue to progress on the Underground Steam and Sanitary Pipe Project, complete renovations to Cromwell Hall, and set up a number of projects for work this summer. […]
The man who spoke to the College on Wednesday, Oct. 10, served as senior advisor and deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush, and was one of the most influential people in the country for most of the better part of a decade — yet he doesn’t even have a college degree. This does not, however, represent his view on the importance of obtaining an education. […]
Students may be familiar with Dean Rifkin’s passion for learning and his appreciation for taking advantage of all types of learning opportunities. He’s famous, particularly to those in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, for his weekly emails detailing any number of events going on around campus. But what are the roots of this passion? […]