SSB reopens with expanded CVC and bookstore

By Melissa Schill 1.24.2020 The year-and-a-half renovation project in the Student Services Building (SSB) is nearing completion as all departments are scheduled to be moved back in by the end of January. Although the project was officially approved and started in August 2018, campus architect Bruce Koenigsberg began working on the first designs in 2016.Continue reading “SSB reopens with expanded CVC and bookstore”

SG preps students for 2020 election

By Tennyson Bush 1.24.2020 This semester marks the debut of the Student Voter Education (SVE) series, a collaboration between Student Government (SG) and politically involved campus organizations aimed at informing the student body on the hows and whys of civic engagement. The series kicked off on January 15th with a talk by Assistant Professor ofContinue reading “SG preps students for 2020 election”

Building a safe harbor thousands of miles from home

By Emily Alkire 1.24.2020 When Grace Li, a junior from China, and Joy Chen, a junior from Taiwan, were first-year students, an upperclassman international student invited them over for dumplings and hot pot, two meals that remind Chen of home. “Getting to eat and talk about the foods we eat overseas really helped with myContinue reading “Building a safe harbor thousands of miles from home”