Heading to class in the chemistry wing of the Science Complex? Think again. On Monday, Feb. 15, a break in a sprinkler line caused significant damage to the building, shutting down the basement, first and second floors, according to Dave Muha, spokesman for the College.
While some grin ear-to-ear at the first talk of snowfall for the season, others cringe in anticipation of the cold, bitter weather. Some race to buy carrots to craft snowmen, yet others hustle to buy cases of water while digging out snow shovels stored in the back of garages. For those of us at the College, with the start of the Spring 2016 semester just last week came Winter Storm Jonas, thus raising the question — how does our campus handle these monster snowstorms?
A new year often bring new technological advances, and 2015 brought us the hoverboard. A seemingly slick device that made the future a reality, the boards soon wreaked havoc with safety concerns and are now banned from residence halls at the College.
With a packed audience, dim lighting and solemn composure, six students took center stage, reading personal letters aloud to individuals who helped them in times of need.
The College’s Student Alliance to Facilitate Empathy (SAFE) hosted “Dear Helper” on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the Physics Building to show individuals that even in the darkest times, they are not the only ones struggling.