COVID Update: College Permits Overnight Visitors in Residence Halls
Nov03

COVID Update: College Permits Overnight Visitors in Residence Halls

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor As of November 4, students will be able to host overnight guests in on-campus housing, according to today’s email from Vice President Anne Ehrlich. “We are pleased to be in a position to lift this restriction,” said Ehrlich, “thanks to our consistently low campus transmission rates, and our Level 1 baseline status.” Students are still encouraged to wear a mask indoors...

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A “New Normal”: The Impact of COVID on Students
Oct07

A “New Normal”: The Impact of COVID on Students

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor and Katie Oglesby, Magazine Editor Following the spring 2021 semester and the announcement that the fall semester would be fully in-person, President Bob Iuliano emailed the rising sophomore, junior, and senior classes with class-specific notes about the path their education would take over their next years on campus in what he anticipated would be “far more traditional in nature.” Institutions of...

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The Dive Temporarily Closes Due to Staff Shortages
Oct07

The Dive Temporarily Closes Due to Staff Shortages

By Nicole DeJacimo This morning, dining services announced in an Instagram story that The Dive will be closed until further notice. Per the announcement, temporary closing is due to a staffing shortage, a problem being faced across campus. Sections of the Bullet Hole are also often closed like the pasta and salad bar lines with signs noting that the lines are “closed due to staffing shortages”. The Dive sold smoothies, sandwiches, and...

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Senate Holds Impeachment Trial for Committee Chair
Oct06

Senate Holds Impeachment Trial for Committee Chair

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor, and Leah McCann, Contributing Writer On Monday, Student Senate held its first impeachment trial, spent $11,000 on club activities, and donated $25,000 to scholarships and grants. President Sydney Quan ’22 also spoke about the Integrated Learning Committee meeting, which will be held Wednesday, Oct 6 at noon; students are encouraged to attend.   The Impeachment Quan proposed a discussion of...

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College Loosens Masking Requirements for the Vaccinated
Oct06

College Loosens Masking Requirements for the Vaccinated

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor This afternoon, Dean of Students Anne Ehrlich emailed the campus community and announced that vaccinated people will be allowed to unmask in certain inside spaces, unvaccinated folks will continue to mask in all indoor spaces except their personal offices and rooms.  “Over the past several weeks, we have closely monitored many indicators, including our consistently low campus positivity rate,”...

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