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Office assistants no longer allowed to transfer callsiths

October 28, 2003 Samantha Griffiths 0

Under new College guidelines, anyone who call hall offices requesting to be transferred to a specific extension or room will be denied. The College ended the practice because the system was being abused, and also to protect students’ privacy.

In the past, the Community Advisor (CA) or student resident on duty was allowed to give out the requested information or transfer the call. […]

Chair of the board explains Gitenstein’s raise

October 28, 2003 Audrey Levine 0

Many students at the College have been confused by news of President R. Barbara Gitenstein’s salary raise in the wake of recent budget cuts.

The newest figure is $220,000 annually, which is an increase more than 10 percent from last year.

Gitenstein declined to comment because the decision to raise her salary came from the Board of Trustees after careful observation of her performance at the College. […]

Budget constraints affect decisions

October 28, 2003 Donna Kardos 0

SFB felt the effects of the budget constraints at its meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 15. The Black Student Union (BSU) requested $6,212 for Kevin Powell, best known for his role in the first season of MTV’s The Real World, to be the keynote speaker for its annual pre-Kwanzaa celebration. […]

Cop Shop

October 28, 2003 Heather Altz 0

On Thursday, Oct. 2, at 12:55 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall on the report of a strong odor of marijuana. A Community Advisor reported the odor was coming from a room on her floor. When an officer walked passed the room, he confirmed the smell. […]

Registration date change recommendation passed

October 28, 2003 Signal Staff 0

By unanimous vote, SGA passed a resolution recommending to the Office of Records and Registration that registration for the Fall 2004 semester be held from April 7 to April 16.

The Office of Records and Registration requested SGA’s input on the registration dates. […]

Three arrested, two injured in shooting at Rider

October 28, 2003 Lenny Irgang 3

Three men, including the suspected shooter, have been arrested in connection with the Oct. 17 shooting at Rider University in Lawrenceville, in which two people were wounded.

The incident occurred on the balcony outside the Cavalla Room of the student center as a dance party sponsored by the Inter-Cultural Greek Council was ending. […]

UL supports in-state tuition

October 14, 2003 Catherine E. Galioto 0

A Trenton-area high school student graduates first in her class, but, because she is an illegal immigrant, colleges and universities will ask her to pay tuition often double the amount in-state students pay.

Uni?n Latina (UL) is behind the College’s efforts to implement a reversal in the current law, which requires non-citizens to pay out-of-state fees. […]

Cop Shop

October 14, 2003 Heather Altz 0

On Sunday, Sept. 21, at 3:55 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to the women’s bathroom on the seventh floor of Wolfe Hall on the report of an intoxicated woman.

Upon arrival, officers observed the student vomiting over a garbage can. The officers said they smelled alcohol on her. […]

SGA inducts nine new members

October 14, 2003 Heather Altz 0

The SGA swore in nine new members – Senators Glendale Barrios, Lee Whitesell, Kira Peterson, Keith Lucas and Marisa Markowitz, along with Freshman Class President Kiren Sahni, Freshman Class Vice-President Molly Seiferas, Freshman Class Secretary Kelly Pfeiffer and Sophomore Class Secretary Anup Shah. […]

Gandhi’s grandson to speak at Experience Asia

October 14, 2003 Donna Kardos 0

The Asian American Association (AAA) received full funding of $4,474 for Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, to speak at the College on Nov. 6. Gandhi’s speech, to focus on nonviolence and the Middle East, will kick off AAA’s Experience Asia event, held every November. […]

Students receive tickets for no decal, violations in decks

October 14, 2003 Tammy Tibbetts 0

With the privilege of student parking on campus comes the responsibility of following rules and regulations, or facing the consequences of ticketing when breaking them.

Although students who are ticketed may feel as if Campus Police are becoming more stringent, the Director of Student Financial Services, Kathleen Ragan, said she has not noticed an increase in ticketing. […]

New board chair strives to increase College recognition

October 14, 2003 Mike Hartman 0

The College named Pat Rado as the new chair of the Board of Trustees (BOT). Rado served as a trustee for the last four years and brings an energetic and inspiring view with her to the College.

“I became chair as what seemed like a natural evolution of my role in the last four years as a Trustee,” Rado said. […]

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