Campus-wide Energy Project Now Underway

By Katie Ward If you’ve had to walk through a suspicious-looking cloud of steam coming from a ground grate, forego a shower because your residence hall’s water was shut off, or dive out of the path of a car speeding between Pangborn and Gowan, then be relieved to know that the University has planned out Read More …

Interview with First-Ever University Architect

By Katie Ward The first-ever University Architect can’t believe students have had to wear down their own path on the hillside leading up to Centennial Village. Margaret Carney, previously the Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning and Management, was appointed to the new position of University Architect by President John Garvey last Monday, October 30th, Read More …

Construction on Campus

By Paige Wearmouth Beginning late in the spring semester and continuing throughout the summer, several buildings and outdoor areas of the University’s campus underwent construction. A large portion of the summer improvements took place in Centennial Village. Fresh landscaping, re-paved sidewalks and entrance ways, and a new fountain were installed within the village circle. In Read More …