The College has minimal financial obligations to Campus Town, and is expected to financially benefit from the $70 million project, since it will be funded largely by the PRC Group through a public-private partnership. […]
During meal equiv hours, the Library Café is swarmed with students. Some are willing to wait up to a half-hour in line to order their caffeinated concoctions and then another 10 minutes or so for them to be made, just to get their $7 worth. Even still, students withstand the discouraging lines in the Café every day.
Representatives from the office of Alumni Affairs, Lisa McCarthy and John Castaldo, presented Homecoming updates to the Student Government general body at the meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18. Students attending the upcoming Homecoming event, which […]
As Student Government heads into election season, hopeful potential members were eager to attend SG’s general body meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 11. President Tyler Liberty welcomed interested students running for positions.
At last week’s Student Government meeting, vice president of administration and finance Tom Verga introduced the possibility of bringing Zipcars to the College. “I’ve talked with Princeton and I’ve talked to Montclair’s head of parking […]
The first Student Government meeting of the fall semester kicked off with a “Welcome Back” to the general body from SG president Tyler Liberty and updates to the Brower Student Center renovation project.
Student Government president Christina Kopka presented awards to three employees at the College at the SG meeting on Wednesday, April 24. Students were given the opportunity to nominate members of the College staff, faculty and administration to receive their respective awards for the year. Erica Kalinowski, coordinator of student services for the School of Business, Daryl Fair, a political science professor, and Debra Kelly, director of the career center, were awarded the 2013 Student Government Outstanding Staff, Faculty and Administrator awards, respectively.