Articles by Jonathan Herman (54)

Voicemail failure stumps CIS

September 21, 2004 Comments are Disabled

Three weeks after students began moving into the dorms, more than half have not yet set up their voicemail boxes, and Computing and Information Services administrators say they do not know why many students never received repeated e-mail messages from CIS explaining how to do so.

Brown students protest anti-unionization tactics of Boston Market’s main supplier

September 21, 2004 Comments are Disabled

Members of the Brown Labor Alliance have protested food supplier Chef Solutions’ allegedly coercive anti-unionization tactics by distributing leaflets at local Boston Market restaurants this month. Chef Solutions is a chief supplier to the restaurant chain.

Simmons to announce honorary degrees next week

September 20, 2004 Comments are Disabled

President Ruth Simmons will announce this spring’s recipients of honorary degrees at Tuesday’s faculty meeting. The recipients are in the fields of arts, science, education, service to Brown and humanitarian service, said Tracie Sweeney, senior associate director of the Brown News Service.

Student spaces incomplete as classes begin

September 10, 2004 Comments are Disabled

Despite claims last year that new and refurbished social and study places would be open when students returned to campus this semester, the doors to many of the spaces scheduled for renovations over the summer remain closed. Many of the improved lounges and new 24-hour study spaces and exercise rooms are still closed to students or outfitted with temporary furnishings because of delivery and construction delays, said David Greene, vice president for campus life and student services.