On Monday, Apr. 19, the results of the Student Government Association (SGA) executive board elections were announced. The 2010-2011 SGA president and vice-president will be juniors Marlena Weiss and Ken Benjes, the treasurer will be junior Matt Smith, and the director of campus programming will be junior Jessica Harvey.
During the SGA elections, which ran from Apr. 13-16, students voted on a referendum to raise their Student Government Association (SGA) fees $10 so that the SGA can fund green/sustainable initiatives on campus via a revolving loan. SGA Parliamentarian Louis Ritzinger said that with just over 30 percent voter turnout, Read More
For three years, I have sauntered down to the campus center every Monday night at 8 p.m. Every Monday, I have swiped my student ID across the sensor and opening the club room door as it unlocked with a beep to make msy way to the table where staff writers Read More
Photos Click to enlarge The Spring 2010 dance show, entitled “Are You Ready for Me?” ran for four shows from Thursday, April 8 to Saturday, April 10 in Bruce Davis Theater. Students packed into the theater after waiting outside for over an hour to see the wide variety of dances, Read More
On Wednesday, April 7, several members of the administration, faculty and staff performed in front of a packed St. Mary’s Hall auditorium. Performers included: David Kung (Associate Professor of Mathematics), violin Shizuka Nishikawa (Assistant Professor of Economics), piano and vocals–soprano Stephanie Peppler (Internship Coordinator/Career Counselor), cello Anne Marie Brady (Assistant Read More
On Thursday, Mar. 11 through Monday, Mar. 15, Dr. Joseph Urgo, the next College president, visited campus with his wife Lesley to meet with students, faculty, and administrators and to enumerate his vision for the College.
On March 10, the campus received an all-student email urging the members of the campus community to refer to the Athletics and Recreation Center by its new official name (as of Feb. 20): the Michael P. O’Brien Athletics and Recreation Center. Because it was a campus-wide email, many students probably Read More