Can we put in some benches in front of Brown’s Holmes and Rogers? While I personally am usually waiting outside for friends who live in Brown College, it is also a nice, quiet place to relax. I think it would be beneficial to install some benches there.one comment.
Some of the sidewalks get really slippery when it rains, especially the stairs leading from Newcomb to Clemons and the sidewalk on the Corner. I’m not sure how we can solve this problem, but maybe it would be helpful to have signs informing people of the slippery conditions.no comments.
Why isn’t there direct transportation to Caruthers Hall? As a first year it is difficult to make a trek all the way to the office and there isn’t a direct sidewalk to get there. Crossing the road is dangerous and there are always a lot of cars.no comments.
A lot of the tables in Thornton Stacks (such as table O) have broken plugs so the charging ports on the table do not work. It would be great if these charging ports could be fixed or the tables could be fixed so all the CS students who essentially live here could charge their laptops. […]one comment.
There are random squares of mulch (with nothing growing in them) in the sidewalk of the Lambeth housing courtyard. When it rains the mulch washes out of the squares and onto the sidewalk. If something could be planted there it would be prettier and could eliminate the rain issue.one comment.
There aren’t any 1 credit arts classes available in the drama department. There are 1 credit self-defense and scuba diving classes through the kinesiology department, so how come there aren’t any introduction to art classes available through the drama department?one comment.
The printing in the nursing school has always been free up to very recently. Nursing students pay about $1000 more per year in tuition for services within the nursing school. Many of our classes require us to print out 10+ pages of notes each class, and it is ridiculous to require is to go out […]one comment.
Over the past two years, the policy of summer housing on the Range has changed. Previously, students were allowed to sign year-long leases for the East Range. Without discussion or collaboration with Range residents, this policy was unilaterally altered. The Housing office now disallows any students from living on the Range for a full year. […]one comment.
For first and second years I feel there is NO sort of help or guide with what classes to take based on what you’re interested in/ finding a major. My advisor was no help every time I met with him. He would just take off my hold and tell me to talk to different departments. […]2 comments.
Any club recommendations?3 comments.
There are no buses that go down Wertland despite it being a very popular area for students to live. Additionally, Safe Ride always leaves from libraries to go by dorms first and it is a long time before upperclassmen can get back to their apartments over by the Corner. This makes it very unsafe for […]one comment.