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JEERS to the fact that the pathway between Rush Rhees Library and Douglass Dining Center is still under construction, despite the fact that its scheduled completion was set for November.
JEERS to the new Campus Club Connection. Although it has some new and helpful features, its benefits do not outweigh the drawbacks in usability and it lacks what made the old version effective and user-friendly.
JEERS to moving D-Day to a Friday. Although the decision was made with good intentions, in practice it only made the existing problems play out on a weekday. CHEERS to having a camel, though many students who were still in class were not able to enjoy it.
JEERS to making the date on which students can view their grades contingent upon completion of course evaluations. This is an unnecessary pressure upon students for possibly no gain.
JEERS to not addressing the problems with the Senior Degree Audit. With graduation looming, this can cause unnecessary stress for seniors.
JEERS to the Goergen Athletic Center for not coming up with a better solution to providing tokens for the gym’s lockers. This is an inconvenience that could be easily rectified.
JEERS to the fact that the food in Douglass Dining Center is still sub par. The throwback lunch on D-Day was a tease to the good old days.
JEERS to the University for continuing to not allow swipe access to dorms for students who live off campus. This is a hassle for students who wish to hang out with friends or work on group projects.
JEERS to the Students’ Association for continuing to not adequately advertise forums. Although this may not be the only reason for poor attendance, many students would be interested in participating, but are unaware that these forums are taking place.
JEERS to the fact that the University paved over the baseball field by Southside Living Center. Although the University desperately needs more parking, the field shouldn’t have come at its expense.

MAG exhibition “Beyond Beauty” confronts visitors with what they don’t want to see

"Beyond Beauty" portrays humanity as less-than-perfect in the traditional sense: Body Horror; Witch, Mother, Crone; The Wages of Sin; and Social Ills.

Notes by Nadia: More accommodations, please

I’ve compiled a short list of ways that the University could become more accommodating.

Profiles: Brenda Song, inside Lower Strong

"As a kid, I didn’t care what anyone else thought. I knew what I wanted. It was in my 20s, after I finished ‘Suite Life,’ when I was at the crossroads."