In order to compensate for repurposing of the Burton-Judson Club Rooms as dining space, the B-J house lounges and basement common area are scheduled to be renovated over the summer, according to University spokesperson Jeremy Manier. The renovations will include…
The UCPD’s policy on sending campus-wide security alerts applies to “any violent crime on campus.” However, for specific incidents, it is common practice to notify students who live near the affected area.
Smart planning will help ease pain as Pierce closure next year increases strain on dining halls.
Students attended a workshop on renters’ rights led by Metropolitan Tenants Organization in Pierce on Wednesday night.
After almost a year of student and staff consultation, the new dormitory will contain apartment-style suites and multi-level lounges modeled on Pierce.
To protect its reputation, University must take more cooperative, proactive approach to problem solving.
In tutoring and elsewhere, an explanation—no matter how difficult—is necessary despite easier ways out.
Students and staff will no longer be able to enter Pierce without their UCID.
The number of students who applied to the U of C through an early, but non-binding, decision, increased by nearly 20 percent this year.
The four houses of Pierce Tower will move to I-House and New Graduate Residence Hall next year.
This week, the Maroon gets the Pierce perspective.
The new residence hall, which will occupy the Pierce lot, is slated to open in 2016.
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.
Executive Vice President David Greene is one of the senior administrators on a panel discussing the future of Pierce Tower.
A committee of senior administrators are drafting a proposals for the Board of Trustees regarding the future (and possible destruction) of Pierce Tower.
Residential houses and individual students will receive compensation for past plumbing and other facility inconveniences.
Administrators’ monetary solutions for Pierce fiasco don’t address the larger problem.
Among the dorm’s new amenities are new plumbing fixtures and furniture.
The University must move forward quickly with plans to restore and replace Pierce.
University administrators continue to work with students to address Pierce’s litany of facility problems.
Housing should do a better job of maintaining a beloved staple of campus culture.
The move from South Campus to Pierce Dining Hall this week has not deterred student at Fourth Meal, the new dining initiative.