October 30, 2020

New Res gets cold shower

February 7, 2007 Megan DeMarco 0

A sprinkler pipe that burst on the third floor of New Residence Hall on Tuesday afternoon caused major water damage to several residents’ rooms, forcing students to evacuate until they were allowed back in around 11 p.m. on Wednesday night. […]

Anderson promoted to new position, turns down raise

February 7, 2007 Megan DeMarco 0

Robert Anderson, who recently received a national award for his work with first-year students, has assumed the new position of assistant provost for Liberal Learning and Academic Advisement.

Anderson’s title changed from director of Liberal Learning in December, prompted by the College’s need to reform the advisement system. […]

Building Services blamed for dirty rooms

January 24, 2007 Megan DeMarco 0

Recent complaints against Building Attendants (BAs), such as rooms not being cleaned before move-in day, have caused the Student Government Association (SGA) to pass a resolution increasing supervision over BAs by Building Services.

SGA first learned about the issue of dirty rooms on move-in day during the SGA Roadshow held during Welcome Week, when SGA representatives went around to freshman floors introducing themselves and asking freshmen if they had any issues. […]

Eickhoff changes bug College diners

November 29, 2006 Megan DeMarco 0

Roaches have been added to a list of problems Sodexho Dining Services has been experiencing in Eickhoff Hall, including unhappiness with the new lunch meat and continued problems with the dishwasher.

According to Director of Resident Dining Matt Hower, steps have been taken to solve the roach problem, such as contacting Cooper Pest Control, which is contracted by the College. […]

Eunice Kennedy connects with CCS students

November 8, 2006 Megan DeMarco 0

Eunice Kennedy Shriver, executive vice president of the Joe P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation and founder of the Special Olympics, came to the College on Tuesday, Oct. 31 to observe the Career and Community Studies (CCS) program.

The CCS program is designed to give students with disabilities an opportunity for higher education at the College. […]

Premature ticketing

October 18, 2006 Megan DeMarco 0

In response to complaints from Eickhoff Hall residents, Campus Police ticketed cars without decals parked in the Eickhoff parking deck. This action was taken on Sept. 2 despite the fact that ticking for lack of a valid decal officially began Sept. 5.

Matthew Santos, senior elementary education/psychology major, is a Community Advisor in Eickhoff. […]

When it comes to SGA elections – size definitely matters

October 4, 2006 Megan DeMarco 0

Fall elections for the Student Government Association (SGA) ended smoothly with the election of a freshman class council, a new senior class council secretary and 12 senators on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

“I was very satisfied with the election process this fall,” SGA Executive President Christine Cullen said. […]

Days before room change day, College says farewell to Farrell

September 20, 2006 Megan DeMarco 0

With only a few weeks left before today’s room change day, the College was left without a manager of Housing Operations.

Former manager Chris Farrell left on Sept. 1 to take a position as residence director at Montclair State University.

Residence Assignments is currently working with Human Resources to fill Farrell’s position. […]

Homecoming fundraisers held to cover overspending

September 6, 2006 Megan DeMarco 0

The 2006 Homecoming budget is currently frozen as a result of the Homecoming Committee overspending last year.

Whenever an organization overspends their budget, the Student Finance Board (SFB) is required to freeze that budget, according to Jonathan Borst, SFB executive director. […]

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