We, the graduating senior editors of the Gazette, wanted to take this opportunity to say our farewells. (Including pictures of June getting her diploma with her camera at her side.)
Student Council discussed many issues, including the Bike Share project, the academic support initiative, the new rollover committee, cable TV, the resource guide, and more.
Student Council discussed the possible institution of discussion forums like the ones at Haverford, the Rollover Fund initiative, and getting the Resource Guide out by the end of the semester.
Student Council discussed the Dash for Cash, last weekend's Board of Managers meeting, Parrish board space, the state of TVs on campus, the state of the bike share program, and aerobics at this week's meeting. Several members were not present because they
Student Council discussed their upcoming survey of the student body, Parrish board space, the Board of Managers meeting in October, the Strategic Planning Committee, and upcoming events at their weekly meeting.
Student Council had its first weekly meeting of the year this Sunday evening. Council members introduced themselves and the Council's work to students in attendance, then discussed short- and long-term goals for StuCo, talked about issues with the Bike Share program, gave
President Rebecca Chopp and Vice President Maurice Eldridge explain the circumstances surrounding the creation of the Special Assistant to the President and Associate Vice President for Planning position, and discuss what the position will entail.
Garikai Campbell '90, currently the Acting Dean of Students, has been appointed to a new role as Special Assistant to the President and Associate Vice President for Planning, President Chopp announced in an email to faculty and staff on Wednesday. The position
David Clark '66, one of the primary developers of the Internet, spoke on how society affects the technology of the Internet. Technical design decisions made in the seventies have had profound impacts on enormous businesses today, but now, "the technologists are no
The Student Council meeting this week revolved around the visit from Liz Braun, who was recently announced to be the new Dean of Students, beginning in July. She discussed with Council about how the two can best interact in the future, answered