Christopher Kline

Meningitis scare prompts vaccine discussion

Despite concern over a meningitis case in Thurston Hall late last week, the University will continue to refrain from mandating the vaccine for incoming students. Under D.C. law, universities must require their students to be vaccinated for tetanus, mumps, rubella and chicken pox before entering college. However, 20 states have legislation requiring students to either […]

Greek housing receives blessing

A ceremonial ribbon-cutting for Townhouse Row Thursday was symbolic of an anticipated expansion in Greek-letter life on campus, administrators and student leaders said. About 50 students, faculty and staff gathered for the ceremony outside the complex, which University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg called a “15-year dream.” “I suspect this expansion will contribute to the growth […]