The haphazard announcement of Pierce’s closure does not inspire confidence in the Administration.
Concerns raised over the new dorm, slated to open in the 2016-2017 school year, include preserving a strong sense of community within the housing system.
Administrators’ monetary solutions for Pierce fiasco don’t address the larger problem.
The University must move forward quickly with plans to restore and replace Pierce.
For Shoreland expats, the SCRH doesn’t quite feel like home.
The dorm, still touting its administrative code-name, was delayed and over-budget
The campus bus system will be revamped next year to tailor to students’ needs as they move away from Shoreland and into the new South Campus dorm.
Fifty students will live with members of the opposite sex next year as the first full-year adopters of the Open Housing system offered in the fall.
A small fire broke out on the roof of the still-under-construction South Campus dorm Saturday afternoon. The Chicago Fire Department arrived and extinguished the fire quickly.