Articles by Joseph Rosales (33)

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Jabberwocks’ lounge has storied history

April 11, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Most on-campus residential spaces are primarily used by the students that live in the building, but Room 004 in North Wayland House serves as home to the Jabberwocks, the University’s oldest a cappella group.

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Communities may consolidate first-years

March 11, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The Office of Residential Life has initiated discussion about possible reorganization and expansion of campus residence and dining halls. The ideas proposed include moving all first-years to either Keeney Quandrangle or Pembroke Campus, expanding the Verney-Woolley Dining Hall, renovating the Sharpe Refectory and constructing new residence halls for upperclassmen. ResLife staff and Residential Council members said they hope to have more concrete proposals in time for the Corporation meeting in May.

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University, nightclub address February incident

March 8, 2011 Comments are Disabled

University administrators met with Colosseum nightclub owner Anthony Santurri last Thursday to address questions of student safety in response to the Feb. 23 incident involving two students at the club.

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Colosseum owner apologizes for alleged assault

February 25, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Colosseum owner Anthony Santurri apologized for the alleged assault on two students by bouncers inside his downtown nightclub last night.

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Fish no: staff, students adjust to quieter Wednesdays

February 17, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Since the closing of midweek hot spot the Fish Company, Wednesday nights have slowed down for students and staff alike.

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Initial step taken in Hunter renovations

February 14, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The Corporation’s Committee on Budget and Finance approved the search for an architect to renovate Hunter Laboratory at its meeting this weekend. The Committee on Facilities and Design, which is in charge of the search, hopes to have a recommendation for the Corporation in time for its May meeting, said Stephen Maiorisi, vice president for facilities management.

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Online class shopping a complex endeavor

February 3, 2011 Comments are Disabled

With Mocha, Banner, the Critical Review and course preview pages filling laptop screens this shopping period, students continue to find themselves without a one-stop web destination when shopping classes. While administrators have expressed openness to centralizing the course selection process, there are currently no plans for creating an all-encompassing tool.

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Arts, medicine align for poet physician

December 1, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Introducing his talk as a “poetry reading,” physician Jack Coulehan explored the intersection between creativity and the practice of medicine in a Tuesday lecture titled “Passion, Poetry, and Medicine.”

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Grant gives new life to the virtual reality Cave

November 30, 2010 Comments are Disabled

One minute it’s showing the surface of Mars, and the next there is three-dimensional poetry wrapping its walls. It’s called the Cave, but it’s really just a cube — a virtual reality universe. And it’s currently undergoing a $2 million renovation.

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Janus Forum debates nation building

November 19, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Both speakers introduced themselves as the “underdog,” but neither stepped back from his stance regarding nation building in Afghanistan during Thursday’s lecture at Salomon Hall.