Students attended a workshop on renters’ rights led by Metropolitan Tenants Organization in Pierce on Wednesday night.
Students and staff will no longer be able to enter Pierce without their UCID.
An alumnus donation will fund the renovation of Harper Commons and will rename other University buildings.
Late night dining is still attracting only a fraction of the business it would need to sustain itself, about a quarter of what the program needs to break even.
The house system is great—until it starts to stifle social life
Though many stopped by Hutch Commons for late-night dining last week, it wasn’t enough to prove the program could sustain itself.
I get that we’re quirky and intellectual and, you know, puns!—but seriously, do you really want to be buying gummy bears at 3 a.m. from “the Allegory of the Crave”?
The Maroon Editorial Board’s position is wholly untenable (“Window Treatments,” 10/30/09).
Housing’s decision to remove a student for a minor incident is excessively harsh.
The new Flex Dollars policy eats away at a benefit to student life.
Gutman: Residence hall councils should use “creative abilities” when spending money after 25 percent cutbacks