Changes made to orientation for class of 2018

In light of feedback from last year’s orientation leaders and staff, the college changed several components of this year’s orientation. Among these changes were replacing the former Campus Advisor position with an orientation committee composed of students, holding a First Gathering event,


Citing safety concerns, deans nix long-running Crunkfest

Although Worth Courtyard houses several events throughout the relatively warm months — ranging from informal barbecues and football catches to the college’s Worthstock event — perhaps no Worth Courtyard tradition has been more controversial than Crunkfest. The public, one-day (and night), team-oriented,


StuCo to hold elections for reorganized goverment

This semester, the college will witness Student Council transformed. Now called the Student Government Organization (SGO), it will be made of two distinct branches: Campus Council (CC) and Student Assembly (SA). Each branch will include multiple positions. “Student Council, as it stands,


The sudoku puzzle of course scheduling

When Rose Pitkin ’14, a neuroscience major, wanted to take a genetics course during the 2012-2013 school year, she was disappointed to discover she could not take the course without sacrificing another class that was important for her major. “I didn’t take

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