Ed Martin, the deputy chief information officer in the Division of Information Technology, said the center would close to focus more on mobile support.
The library cancelled some of its journal subscriptions this academic year, drawing backlash from some professors.
The School of Nursing honored 384 graduates at the school’s commencement ceremony in Lisner Auditorium Saturday.
Perry, the CEO of a healthcare consulting firm, said she is looking to continue the association’s strategic plan at a Board of Trustees meeting Friday.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences honored both graduate students and esteemed faculty at the school’s commencement ceremony Friday morning.
Beginning next spring, all social fraternities must host a sexual assault education training session before April 1, or face internal sanctions from the IFC.
SA President Peak Sen Chua added two new Greek life positions to his cabinet next academic year to tackle campus-wide issues.
The Panhellenic Association is launching its own task force to study sexual assault after council leaders said there has been a spike in reports on campus.
Some faculty dismissed the course as a marketing ploy and could hurt students because they wouldn’t be learning from a professor with professional experience.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, will teach a course on “Dystopian Visions” this fall in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the school’s dean confirmed Wednesday.