An alumnus donation will fund the renovation of Harper Commons and will rename other University buildings.
Onstage and online, a custodian hones his craft
Two students assaulted by groups of men Friday night
A $6-million project to improve the safety and walkability of the Midway Plaisance is underway, as part of the University’s efforts to improve the continuity of campus south of the Midway.
Or, Why Mom Shouldn’t Worry You’ll Go Hungry
The South Campus Café was christened Midway Market Wednesday after an online vote by University students.
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”?
Ayers will still be on probation for allowing five students to walk through his first-floor Janotta House window in the SCRH last month.
Few are visiting the store, due to poor visibility and competition from the all-you-can-eat South Campus Dining Hall yards away.
The Maroon Editorial Board’s position is wholly untenable (“Window Treatments,” 10/30/09).
Ayers, and the 267 members of the Facebook group that support him, think Housing’s decision was too harsh.
Dean Boyer’s speech touched on the building’s significance for the University, tracing its lineage back to the era of benefactors Ernest DeWitt Burton, Frederick Woodward, and Julius Rosenwald.
Unfinished windows pose safety hazard for new dorm residents
The dorm, still touting its administrative code-name, was delayed and over-budget
Administrators should change the methods they’re using to condense campus.