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Lack of website update causes confusion

Bijeta Lamichhane News Editor The College’s website received a remarkable revamp earlier this year. The layout of the website has changed to improve user experience by improving the website’s appearance as well as introducing additional features. However, some pages on the website still have not been updated. This has caused confusion among students, especially while […]

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College discusses 2020 Master Plan with architects

Samuel Casey News Editor On Tuesday, Nov. 19, a meeting was held with Hastings+Chivetta, an architectural firm that specializes in campus master planning. According to an email that day from Dean of Students Scott Brown, students were invited to participate in this open forum to “provide input on key issues for the 2020 Master Plan.” […]

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Fire incidents occur as system malfunctions

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer A number of incidents occurred regarding campus fire safety starting on Nov. 16. At 1:36 a.m. on Sat- urday Nov. 16, Director of Security and Protective Services (SPS) Steve Glick emailed the campus community about the campus fire alarm system. He said, “Our fire alarm system is not working properly […]

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College’s governing bodies hold discussion

Savannah Sima Contributing Writer On Saturday, Nov. 23, the Student Government Association (SGA) held a panel at 6 p.m. to discuss the differences between SGA and Campus Council (CC). Many students have expressed that they don’t understand the distinction between what the two bodies do, so this panel was explicitly held to clarify their functions. […]

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Enterprise increases cost of renting vehicles

Bijeta Lamichhane News Editor In a meeting held by Campus Council (CC) on Nov. 14, the Budget Committee addressed the issue of increase in the price of renting cars through Enterprise, specifically pertaining to student organizations that often use the service for their programs. Since organizations were provided with budgets based on last year’s pricing, […]

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Students discuss Lowry renovation with supervising architect

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer Three student forums with the same information about updates to the Lowry Center ren- ovations were held on Nov. 14, 2019. In an email to the campus community about the upcoming forum discussions, President Sarah Bolton stated, “We hope many students will come by to talk about what we’ve heard […]

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