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Father Peter Surprises Students on Zoom

Emily Cox Co-Editor-in-Chief April 10, 2020

University President Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A., announced in March that classes would remain online for the rest of the semester amidst the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. University classes, just like...

Webmail revises purge policy

Andrea Ford December 7, 2002

University Webmail users will now be able to keep received e-mails in their Inboxes for three times as long as originally planned under the newly instituted purging policy. Recognizing that students and...

‘Simpsons’ satirizes everything but motherhood

Andrea Ford November 19, 2002

Every seat in the Connelly Cinema was filled for “Mom and Pop Culture: ‘The Simpsons’ is not as Irreverent as You Think,” presented Monday by Dr. Dale Snow and Dr. James Snow of the philosophy...

Tuitions rise across nation

Andrea Ford November 7, 2002

Though inflating college price tags across the nation are worrying education experts, the University’s price hike from last year to this year is below the national average.However, the Univer-sity’s...

Hoops lottery gets facelift

Andrea Ford October 31, 2002

Loyal basketball fans may be pleased to learn that consistent game attendance this season will give them a considerable advantage in the revamped ticket lottery system, student government officials reported...


Jones speech spurs verbal showdown

Andrea Ford October 3, 2002

A verbal altercation in the Connelly Cinema on Tuesday night led to the Department of Public Safety being called to restore order.A lecture by Reginald Jones was prolonged into an explosive three-hour...

Webmail Woes

Andrea Ford September 26, 2002

Like many University students, Ashley Ruhling is fed up with spotty e-mail service.“We are very heavily reliant on e-mail for communication for everything from classes to students activities,” the...

Greeks concerned about underground organizations

Andrea Ford September 12, 2002

The University took new steps this year to prevent student participation in underground organizations. In mid-August, freshman and sophomore families were mailed information about the campus's legitimate...

Bryn Mawr cracks down on local parking

Andrea Ford September 6, 2002

University students who reside in Bryn Mawr have been warned of changing parking policies, which went into effect Tuesday.In an effort to improve the parking resources in the area, Lower Merion Township...


Main campus health center nears completion

Andrea Ford August 29, 2002

Students returning to the University this week were greeted by the new Health Services Center, which is located adjacent to Bartley Hall. Work on the building is nearly complete.The project, which began...

Gerchow’s farewell address highlights Senate meeting

Andrea Ford April 25, 2002

Student Government Association President Christine Gerchow gave her farewell address to the University at the final Senate meeting of the year last Friday.Her words reflected her intense pride in the achievements...

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