The University is now one of 57 universities to offer a scholarship that will cover more than 50 percent of tuition for two international students next fall.
Citing insufficient funds, CCAS officials said they plan to phase out the Jackie Robinson Project after celebrating Robinson’s 100th birthday in January.
SA senators said they will restart projects that SA leaders spearheaded last academic year but did not continue after a turnover in leadership.
The number of students registered with the disabilities office has surged, which experts attributed to more students feeling comfortable seeking accommodations.
SA leaders may soon debate the constitutionality of a referendum allowing first-year senators the right to vote.
The Student Association Senate passed a bill Monday standardizing the process for appointing freshman senators.
Students leaders do not know if they hit their 1 million-page target because faculty never reported the number of pages they saved.
The University decided to drop the Common App’s self-reporting grade feature this year after users reported the form made the application process “cumbersome.”
Students following kosher diets said a lack of GWorld options makes it difficult to stick to the diet, leading some students to seek vegetarian meals.
SA leaders released an academic advising compact last week, listing expectations for students and advisers.