More details at this CavDaily article: http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2016/10/berman-mr-groves-dont-tear-down-slackline#disqus_thread The logic behind the rule does not make sense, especially at a school that brags about its freedom as a public institution. Slacklining and Hammocking are actual positive traditions that should be preserved at the university.one comment.
Reserving a study room in Claude Moore Library is a huge hassle. I have to call the library and someone has to search for the study rooms available and then put in a ridiculous amount of information about me to just reserve one room. I reserve a study room for my group a few times […]3 comments.
I am hoping that basic first aid kits can be set up around grounds, whether they be in bathrooms or at created stations. I have seen students, and have also experienced, getting scrapes or cuts while in class. However, none of us had any band aids or Neosporin to help the injury.no comments.
Is it possible to get Wahoo/Cavalier Wi-Fi (or better/stronger Wi-Fi) set up around the student sections of the Football Stadium and JPJ. The more students that are able to use social media during the game, the more the games are going to be promoted. 3g/4g is very poor because so many people are in attendance […]no comments.
I think it would be really great for StudCo to have a movie dialogue series in Newcomb Theater (the way UPC has their movies of the month) that has people discussing marginalized intersectional identities. Suggestions for these movies: Paris is Burning, Moonlight, Tongues Untied, 12 Years a Slave, and For Colored Girls.no comments.
Hey Studco! The Service Scholar Subcommittee requests that you remove or update the current blurb advertising the Service Scholar Program on a variety of listservs. We are currently revamping the program and no longer using the google form to track hours. If you choose to update the blurbs, please remove the link to this form […]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.