If you are tired of the cable on campus, you might be pleased to find out that the way you watch cable TV on campus is about to change, according to an email recently released to the College community on Thursday, Feb. 25.
Undoubtedly, the construction across campus has become an inconvenience to everyone. With each new week, we see a new pathway closed or a mud patch formed, We may even hear new noises accompanied with construction. Of course, the construction is necessary for the College to continue to grow, but it has had its fair share of growing pains. The increasing inconvenience begs the question: Are the headaches going to be worth it?
Last week, water accumulation in the Chemistry Building resulted in cancelled classes. Campus Police were called to address the broken sprinkler system and flooded classrooms. This is not the first time that chaos has struck the Science Complex. In Nov. 2001, the College’s biology labs were closed for a thorough search by the FBI as part of an investigation into a local anthrax outbreak.
In regards to the tumultuous presidential debates, plummeting oil prices and erratic international affairs, the past month has been nothing short of chaotic. Overwhelmed by the headline frenzy, you may have skimmed over an important (and extremely stylish) affair — New York Fashion Week (NYFW).
Brave, charismatic and angry are not three words that are traditionally considered synonymous with “vagina.” However, The Vagina Monologues is far from a normal production. The show’s raw language and thought-provoking subject matter forced the audience to think about the vagina in both a literal and a symbolic sense, and the result is quite different than any other theater experience.