Month: September 2008

Ivory Towers 10-01-08

The student who duped the Ivy League Having been expelled from Yale University last summer for forging his transfer application, Akash Maharaj plead guilty to larceny two weeks ago. Maharaj…

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Campus interest in Nov. elections picks up

Roughly 200 students amassed in the Paresky Auditorium this past Friday to watch the first presidential debate between John McCain and Barack Obama. The 150-seat theater was filled beyond capacity…

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Administrators and NGBs weigh in on cluster system

This fall marks the beginning of neighborhood housing’s third year of existence on campus. From a more mature perspective has come a general sentiment that much progress still needs to…

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MCC names Justin Adkins interim QLC

The College has hired Justin Adkins to serve as the interim Queer Life Coordinator (QLC) within the umbrella of the Multicultural Center (MCC), after a search that began in spring…

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$35,000 marked for 1914 Library, ACE

Students determined that the $35,000 of unused College Council funds will be split between the 1914 Library and ACE Concerts in a campus-wide vote that concluded on Sept. 23. Twenty-eight…

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Williams in Africa relaunch planned

While the Williams in New York program faces potential termination, Williams in Africa (WiA) may be reinstated as soon as next fall, ending a two-year suspension that resulted from a…

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Seniors interested in Wall Street urged to broaden job search

While many Ephs feel the national economic downturn primarily when bus tickets, winter coats and Tunnel City cinnamon-vanilla chai iced lattes tug at their purse strings a bit more, job-seeking…

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Cluster Cup to include IM sports in scoring

Neighborhood Governance Board (NGB) presidents and several members of Campus Life met last Thursday and again on Sunday to define the format of this year’s Cluster Cup. They enacted minor…

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National security expert offers perspective on Iran

“We have had no definite Iran policy for the past thirty years except to say that as a nation, we don’t like them,” said Gary Sick - a member of…

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Goodrich coffeebar to reopen

After a 15 month hiatus, Goodrich coffee bar is scheduled to reopen this Monday. In the past few weeks, Campus Life has been scrambling to hire student managers for the…

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