Study day removed from calendar

By: Andrew Redd ~Guest Writer~ Many students copying the academic calendar into their planners this semester were shocked to discover that study day, the Monday of finals week that has traditionally been a free day for students to prepare for exams, had been removed from the calendar. The decision to remove study day was made two years ago by the Calendar Committee, a university committee that deals with the calendar. The Calendar Committee consists of twelve faculty/staff members and one student. Senior Director for the Division of Student Affairs and a sitting member of the Calendar Committee, Leah Busam- Klenowski … Continue reading Study day removed from calendar

AFJ takes office

By: Jessica Griggs ~Staff Writer~ On the evening of April 12, the new student government met in the Conaton Board Room as Andrew Redd, Fare Olagbaju and Josh DeVincenzo (AFJ) were officially sworn in as student government president, legislative vice president and administrative vice president, respectively.The members of AFJ each received gavels after they recited their oaths and then delivered short speeches of thanks and motivation for their coming term, which runs from April 12 to Dec. 31. Their speeches presented a common theme that will fuel the agenda for the new student government’s term: community. “Our biggest goal is … Continue reading AFJ takes office