Tag: jill carnaghi
A new electronic co-curricular portfolio being developed by Washington University will serve as a record for students to keep track of their involvement on campus. Administrators hope the program will help students when it comes time to apply for jobs and to graduate schools.
The merging of the director of Greek life and director of student activities into one position has brought promising results for both the Department of Campus Life and the student body.
Ashtrays soon will be a relic of bygone days at Washington University as all of the institution’s campuses move toward the implementation of a complete smoking and tobacco ban in July 2010.
After losing Washington University recognition for three semesters, Sigma Alpha Epsilon will return as a fraternity with full recognition next semester. The Greek Life Office’s decision, in coordination with Assistant Vice Chancellor for Students Jill Carnaghi, to grant Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) full University recognition was solidified Wednesday by the Interfraternity Council’s (IFC) unanimous vote [...]
Though Washington University administrators have experience in planning security measures for past presidential debates, securing the campus for tonight’s vice presidential debate tonight was no easy task.