Support networks activated after election

Following the news of Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election early Wednesday morning, support networks across the college were activated as students, faculty, and staff worked to absorb the results of the election. The Women’s Resource Center, the Intercultural Center, and

Students Struggle to Secure On-Campus Employment

When Vincent Vagnozzi, a supervisor at the college post office, sent out an email to the student body saying that the office was seeking student workers for several open positions, he was shocked to receive over fifty responses for the two positions


Students, faculty meet to discuss social justice requirement

On Monday night, advocates for the requirement, representatives from student groups, and interested parties met in the Intercultural Center to continue discussions concerning the potential new academic requirement in social justice and diversity. Killian McGinnis ’19, one of the organizers, asserted that