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Marburg’s entry is themed after a retirment home, nicknamed “Sage 1: Where’s My Grandson.” (Photo courtesy of Leo Marburg.)

‘One of the most meaningful things that I’ve done here’: JAs pass down advice to a new cohort

Sasha Horvath February 22, 2023
The Junior Advisor (JA) program is a unique element of the first-year experience at the College in which juniors live in dorms with first-years to help students become accustomed to college life. Applicants for next year’s JA cohort were recently notified of their acceptances. As members of the new class prepare to accept their offers, the Record asked current and former JAs for their reflections on building community and their advice for the incoming cohort.
How communities across campus collaborate to reduce food waste

How communities across campus collaborate to reduce food waste

Sasha Horvath December 7, 2022
The Record spoke to Dining Services, the Zilkha Center, and members of WRAPS to understand the collective efforts that help limit food waste from dining halls. 
Some new faculty members at the College have used team trivia at The Log to build community on campus. Photo courtesy of Cynthia Guo.

New faculty find community and make themselves known at Log Trivia

Sasha Horvath November 16, 2022
This year, new faculty hires have gathered at Log Trivia to build community and acclimate to life at the College, in addition to attending College-hosted events for new faculty. The Record spoke to three new faculty members about their transitions and how they have found community, both formally and informally. 
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