Travers and Wolfe to be renovated, demolition too expensive

March 21, 2017 Mia Ingui 0

After two years of debate, an open forum for students and faculty last October and strong opinions from the College community, the Business and Infrastructure Committee of the board of trustees decided on Feb. 15 to renovate Travers and Wolfe halls rather than demolish and rebuild them, as previously discussed in the open forum.

Scent of smoke puts student in cuffs

March 20, 2017 Brielle Bryan 0

On March 6 at approximately 3:35 p.m., two Campus Police officers were dispatched to Wolfe Hall on a report of a student setting paper on fire in their dorm room. The officers knocked on the suspected student’s door. When the student answered the door, the responding officers could smell a burnt odor in the air, according to Campus Police. The officers then observed a lighter and a piece of paper with burnt edges. The suspected student told the officers that he burns paper because he likes the smell of smoke, Campus Police said. […]

SG approves president’s office hours

March 20, 2017 Megan Kelly 0

Student Government held a meeting before spring break on March 8 to approve the Stand-Up Comedy Club, determine office hours for SG’s executive president and vice president and see the T-shirt design for the T-shirt Swap. […]

Eickhoff serves students delicious biodiversity

March 7, 2017 George Tatoris 0

The lack of biodiversity on our plates was the theme of the biology department’s campus-wide Tasting the Tree of Life event held on Feb. 28, which included a revamped Eickhoff Hall menu designed for diversity and a keynote lecturer in Mayo Concert Hall, botanist Nyree Zerega.

Former ‘Hamilton’ star shares hard-won wisdom

March 6, 2017 Michael Battista 0

Unlike the real George Washington, Christopher Jackson did not need to cross the Delaware River to enter a fortified Trenton, N.J. Jackson’s troops — in this case, students — gathered outside of Kendall Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 28, to await the former “Hamilton” star for the College Union Board’s Spring Lecture. […]

Students network at career fair

February 28, 2017 Kayla Lafi 0

Students dressed in business casual attire arrived at the Student Recreation Center on Wednesday, Feb. 22, with their résumés in-hand for the College’s biannual Spring Career and Internship Fair. The fair attracted students looking for summer internships, full-time positions and networking opportunities. […]

Cops encounter mysterious messages and missing markers

February 28, 2017 Brielle Bryan 0

On Feb. 19 at approximately 6:05 p.m., four Campus Police officers arrived at Lot 11 in reference to a suspicious vehicle that had been seen in the lot on multiple occasions. The complaint came from a female who stated she did not believe the person occupying the vehicle was a student at the College. Upon arrival, the officers could not find the vehicle. Campus Police then located the vehicle and figured out who it was registered to: a student on campus with the same last name as the one on the vehicle’s registration, Campus Police said. […]

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