Although the College is more than 250 years old, administrators are trying to keep as up-to-date as possible with the latest networking trends.
As part of this push, the College developed a Facebook page last spring.
Matthew Winkel, professional Web developer and adjunct professor, Matthew Golden, executive director of Communications and Media Relations, and David Adrian, sophomore computer science major, built the site together after Winkel heard about the idea at a conference.
Students and faculty will not have to deal with the TESS and ARTIE computer systems much longer.
TESS and ARTIE will soon be replaced by a new Student Administration Program that has perks TESS and ARTIE do not, according to Nicole Parkman, project manager for PeopleSoft, vendor of the new system.
The Rathskeller was once again filled with the sound of music last Friday for a piano rock concert starring the Washington, D.C.-based group, Jukebox the Ghost. The Extraordinaires, a Philadelphia-based group, opened the show.
Jukebox the Ghost took the stage in what pianist and vocalist Ben Thornewill affectionately called their "Daisy Dudes," with the three men wearing jeans cut off above the knee.