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‘Girls Who Code’ makes its debut at the College

Faith Christian delicately balances being both a sophomore interactive multimedia major at the College by day, and the president of the Girls Who Code Loop at the College by night.

Women in Learning, Leadership — and without limitations

As College experiences remain mostly remote, Diamond Urey’s freshman year was nothing like she expected. Involved in various extracurricular activities since high school, she found a new community where students inspired each other, filling the freshman history student with warmth that could break through any virtual walls.

Vital Signs: Organizing for class while remaining at home

On top of the usual adjustment of starting a new semester, a completely remote schedule may be more difficult to adjust to college life this fall. Here are a few tips to help you organize your space and manage the school and home life balance during remote learning.

SFB funds Disability Pride, Lions Gaming, TMT

The Student Finance Board fully funded nine events and partially funded three others during its meeting on April 10 at 12:30 p.m.

Vital Signs: Clean your room to clean your mind

If you had some free time over break, you may have used it to binge-watch “Tidying Up,” a new series in which Marie Kondo, an organizing consultant and author, helps people declutter and organize their homes.

Muha reveals new admissions pamphlet to SG

Student Government met with College Spokesman David Muha and recognized one student organization during its general body meeting on Nov. 14.

CAPS shares College’s mental health statistics with SG

Student Government met with Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Health & Wellness Mark Forest, and recognized one student organization during its general body meeting on Oct. 10. 

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