NCSA updates – December 2, 2015

As the semester is coming to an end, the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) is starting to close up for Winter Break. The Auxiliary Cabinet is saying goodbye to thesis students and Speakers of the Towne Meeting McAlister Grant and Evann Soltys-Gilbert. Second-year Lara Herzog was voted at the most recent elections to take their place. This afternoon, Wednesday, Dec. 2, there will be the last Towne Meeting of the semester on Z-Green at 4:00 p.m.

We’d like to thank all the students who came out for the NCPD cookout – and we’d love to hear what you’d like to see for another community event with the NCPD,” thesis student and Police Liaison Bo Buford said in an email interview. “In light of recent events, please remember that state school policy cannot interfere with the enforcement of state laws. Please also remember the power we have as a community to communicate with each other and negotiate collective standards of conduct without inviting violence.

“If you have comments or concerns about NCPD conduct or wish to file a formal statement, please reach out to your police liaisons, Bo Buford and Dominic Theofan.”

Look out for November updates from the Executive Cabinet sent to the Students’ List. Weekly Cabinet Meetings will resume in the Spring.

Starting Sunday., Dec. 6, the NCSA will once again be implementing Late Night Library hours. The normal hours at the Jane Bancroft Cook Library will be extended to 3:00 a.m., providing students a safe and nearby study spot during finals. Along with extending hours, the NCSA provides free snacks to students at around midnight each night in the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and also provides print cards for student use, located at the circulation desk. The Late Night Library program runs through Thursday, Dec. 10.


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