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Renovations on E. Wheelock Street to alter Hop, Inn

A series of renovations along East Wheelock street will bring new windows to the Hopkins Center, new sidewalks and a new bus shelter by early fall, vice president of campus planning and facilities Lisa Hogarty said.

 

NAS and AAAS start FSPs

New off-campus programs will bring students in the African and African-American studies and Native American studies programs to Ghana and Santa Fe, New Mexico, respectively, in fall 2015.

 

Chittick ’70 spreads AIDS awareness

An HIV and AIDS youth activist, Chittick has “walked” — reaching out to teens on the streets with educational materials — in 86 countries since he began his work in the field. And he will soon add Austria, Ukraine, Moldova, Iran, Algeria, Niger and Ivory Coast to his list.

 

Sexual assault summit ends with working groups

 

Prouty raises $2.6 million

 

Petition rallies for fired Co-op workers

 

Greek councils add incentives for philanthropy

The Inter-Fraternity Council, Coed Council and Panhellenic Council will incentivize members’ involvement with philanthropy, summer IFC executive board member for service Peter Gips ’16 said. Several of the new programs will be introduced this fall and spring, he said.

 

Student reflection follows escalating Gaza conflict

As the crisis between Gaza and Israel enters its 15th day, having claimed more than 550 Gazan and 27 Israeli lives by The New York Times’ count, student religious groups and advisors along with campus activists have voiced concerns over the rising violence and human toll.

 

Satterlund, Mosley leave OPAL

Office of Pluralism and Leadership director Alysson Satterlund left the College on July 11, and assistant dean and advisor to black students T.M. Mosley also filed her resignation that day. No interim director of OPAL has been appointed yet, interim Dean of the College Inge-Lise Ameer said, adding that one may be appointed in the coming weeks.

 

Rocky panelists address student rights at talk

A Rockefeller Center student assistant shuttled around the room with a microphone as students probed visiting lawyers for information about what exactly institutions of higher education can see in student emails. The answer: everything, provided it’s written in the student handbook.

 

Summit on sexual assault kicks off