Around 300 staff, faculty, students and alumni attended a reception for University President Thomas LeBlanc in the Science and Engineering Hall Monday.
A graduate assistant will teach Paul’s Dystopian Visions course this week after he was injured in an alleged assault by a neighbor.
The leaders of the Student Association, Residence Hall Association, Class Council and Program Board held a joint town hall Wednesday to field questions and comments from the student body.
There are no medieval history courses being taught this semester after faculty qualified to teach those classes left the University.
Bethany Perez and Luke Scuitto, the campaign’s coordinators, said their goal is to get the most recurring donations in class gift history.
Officials plan to move the Academic Technologies office to Gelman Library this fall to bring together library staff from across campus.
For freshman Henry Brousseau, a trip to a Trump campaign rally last year turned into a lawsuit against the president of the United States.
Faculty and student organizations will be in the crowd at the March for Science Saturday to voice concerns about steep government budget cuts.
Officials said the new policy to allow dogs in residence halls could help improve students’ quality of life in University housing.
Student and alumni volunteers urged students to give to the University and pen thank you notes to donors at Wednesday’s event.