Graison Hensley-Chapman

CONTRIBUTIONS

Admin to post Student Life Fee breakdown online after Student Government complaint

The University will post the breakdown by the time parents receive their next tuition bill, a move made in response to SG concerns that the decision to consolidate fees will diminish University transparency.

  /  

May 22, 2009

Student Activities Fee to make up for sports funding shortfall

The Student Activities Fee will cover the $39,000 shortfall in funding for club sports for next year.

  /  

May 12, 2009

Chef shows off sustainable food

Melissa Graham, local caterer and founder of Purple Asparagus, a non-profit that focuses on using sustainable products and cooking methods, visited the University’s International House kitchen Sunday morning for a cooking demonstration with organic …

  /  

April 28, 2009

Latke-Hamantash editor dies

Ruth Fredman Cernea, a cultural anthropologist best known to the students as the editor of a collection of speeches on the University’s annual Latke-Hamantash Debate, died March 31

  /  

April 17, 2009

Sennett discusses third world

Richard Sennett (A.B. '64), a professor of urban sociology at the London School of Economics and NYU, led a wide-ranging student discussion Friday, touching on issues from the environmental impact of developing nations' rising middle class to his ow…

  /  

April 14, 2009