Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Emily Brill

SG questions SFS’ ability to handle workload

Representatives from Student Financial Services appeared at last week’s Student Government meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 16, asking SG members for feedback on how SFS...

Inuit art gallery celebrates goodwill, arctic chill

Cold? To see your plight exquisitely rendered, head to the Art Gallery in the Art and Interactive Multimedia building from now until March 2. The...

Solebo explains orders for bigger SG budget, better strategy

Two weeks ago, junior political science major and Student Government president Olaniyi Solebo issued five executive orders to the SG general body. The executive orders...

SG elects task force; new club plans Spanish dancing, dinners and shows

The Student Government elected three members to the presidential task force and sanctioned the Spanish Club during its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 9. The task...

Guide to dining and dating destinations in the area

This Valentine’s Day, remember, “butterflies in your stomach” won’t actually feed you. Go out and get some dinner with your partner. Here are some...

Speakers put protests in perspective; Prof says Mubarak is ‘finished,’ student questions U.S. response

Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets on Saturday, Jan. 25, to call for President Hosni Mubarak’s immediate resignation. Mubarak’s 30-year rule has been...

Solebo’s exec orders call for student census, SG budget

Student Government President Olaniyi Solebo delivered a “State of the Government” address on Wednesday, Feb. 2. During the address, Solebo issued five executive orders...

College pledges $190,000 for PEC shape-up

Currently, one-third of the Physical Enhancement Center’s ellipticals are out of order. One quarter of its treadmills share the same fate. “There were three ellipticals...

Vocal chops power ‘Snowloist’ night

Students piled into the Rathskeller on Thursday, Jan. 27 for an impromptu Student Soloist Night. The College Union Board-sponsored event rose from the ashes...

Students ‘Tell It Like It Is’ and speak out against budget cuts

Last year, Gov. Chris Christie cut $130 million from state funds for higher education, according to The New York Times. After the cuts, Christie...

Board gives College execs new power over legal settlements

The College’s Board of Trustees approved the Settlement of Litigation, Claims and Separation Agreement policy on Dec. 7. This policy grants President R. Barbara...

See plays, hear poetry, Say Anything this semester

Short days, heaps of snow and hours examining your dreadfully pale skin may have lulled you into a midwinter’s daze. The College knows. That’s...

Caribbean Student Association receives club status

After some dissent, the Student Government Association granted club status to the Caribbean Student Association during last week’s general body meeting. Sophomore open options...

Knitting, crocheting enthusiasts add stitch to campus

The Student Government Association sanctioned Stitches, a knitting and crocheting club, during its Nov. 17 meeting. “We’re a group that teaches the skill of knitting...

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