Campus hosts 9/11 vigil

September 14, 2016 Michael Battista 0

The Loser Hall patio became a place of remembrance, as hundreds of students came to pay their respects to those who lost their lives 15 years ago in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Shanksville, Penn. It was only one of many similar ceremonies taking place across the country on Sunday. […]

Changes on the way for SFB operations

September 14, 2016 Sydney Shaw 0

In the wake of last semester’s fora on possible cuts to student organization funding, the Student Finance Board (SFB) is working to increase transparency and improve customer service by extending its office hours and revamping some key components of the board’s operations. […]

Students explore options abroad

September 14, 2016 Signal Contributor 0

On the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 7, the bees weren’t the only thing buzzing around Eickhoff Hall. Powered with caffeine, their 30-second spiels and booklets, the representatives of the study abroad programs took their places at the Study Abroad Fair and waited with baited breath as students got out of class at 10:50 a.m. Some students even came to tell their stories of their study abroad semesters and summers at the fair. […]

Lions Den to reopen with new options

September 13, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

The Lions will soon have a new place to prowl for their next meal in their not-so-wild habitat. The new and improved Lions Den is set to open sometime mid-October in the Brower Student Center (BSC), according to Patrice Mendes, general manager for Dining Services. […]

Will Allen encourages an ‘agricultural revolution’

September 12, 2016 Thomas Infante 0

Kendall Hall was buzzing with excitement on Wednesday, Sept. 7, for keynote speaker Will Allen. Many of the students who attended the event were familiar with his book “The Good Food Revolution,” which is being used as a textbook in certain history classes at the College and was the summer reading for the freshman class. […]

New Library Noise Policy enacted

September 12, 2016 Jessica Ganga 0

The College is addressing the “increasing number of complaints” the library administration has received in the past few years about how loud the library has become, according to an email sent out on Tuesday, Sept. 6 by Taras Pavlovsky, dean of the library. […]

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