Renovations happening all around campus Reply

Ruth Kehinde – 1851 Staff

 

Vice President of Administration and Finance Michael Hoyle sent a faculty email this past summer highlighting the new and updated areas on campus. Renovated locations include Valentine Dining Hall, Brennan Library, Campus Police, Intercultural Center and Commuter Cottage (IC3), Bancroft Hall, 26 Maple Street, 152 Grove Street, Karandon House and Arnow Campus Center.

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Athletic Center gets face-lift 1

By Brian Cohen – 1851 Staff

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The Athletic Center was recently renovated to replace dead spots and chips in the floor. The renovations also included a new logo at center court. Photo by Michael Bueno

The Athletic Center took on a new look with the repair of the hardwood floor in October, just in time for the start of the basketball season. About 60 of the hardwood panels were repaired. More…

Students, professors adjust to modular classrooms Reply

By Colin Froment – 1851 Staff

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The modular classroom located on Grove Street. The pods will be used until December 2017. Photo by Ryan Fitzgerald

Students and professors on campus are reacting positively to the new modular classrooms that were installed this year. These modular classrooms, located on Grove Street and Maple Terrace, are temporary substitutes for classrooms lost in the Wass/Wolfe renovation project. More…

Buildings get a facelift, and a lift Reply

Casey O’Brien – Managing Editor

This summer, both Woodland Hall and Carpenter House received makeovers, just in time for students to move in. Residents of both buildings will find improvements beneficial, including an elevator in Woodland.

The bathrooms located in the south end of Woodland Hall have been completely redone. According to Chris Faulkner, Woodland and Carpenter’s Area Coordinator, the bathrooms “are now more comparable to our newer residence halls.”   More…