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Megan Carroll



RCs work to define position

According to the position's official job description, a residence coordinator is responsible for supervising resident advisors, graduate assistants and between 400 and 800 students in a residential...


Greek judiciary slaps Sigma Nu

Jurors on the newly-established greek judicial board have reached a verdict following an alleged hazing incident April 14 when six Sigma Nu fraternity pledges were found inebriated on Old Erwin Road.


New greek judicial board wins praise

The greek judicial board is no longer just a plan, but a functioning body that has heard a total of four cases so far in front of newly trained justices representing all the main greek governing...


Cleland, Theta Chi take hiatus

Although Edens Quadrangle will gain a new bench next year - for newly housed Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity - it will lose two others, as one selective house and one fraternity go "on hiatus" for the...


Public policy building on schedule

The Sanford Institute of Public Policy will soon have a neighboring sister building as early as fall 2004 that resembles many of its visible features but surpasses it in technological prowess.


ROTC cadets eye war confidently

When students heard that war against Iraq had ignited Wednesday night, many were sitting in the sanctity of their on-campus dorm rooms and knew that Baghdad and air raids were safely far away.


New campus eateries maintain success

Club sandwiches, biscuits 'n' gravy, gingerbread lattes and Swiss chocolates have all become necessary items in students' diets this year with the opening of Rick's Diner and the Blue Devil...

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