Mines News

Police Blotter – 11/17/2020

Friday 10/16/20: 3:35 pm, Elm Hall: Theft Disposition: Closed – No Further Investigation At This Time Tuesday 10/20/20: 11:56 am, Jackson St: Burglary 1st Degree Disposition: Officer handled Wednesday 10/21/20: Pillars Parking Area: AGENCY ASSIST – Outstanding Warrant Exists for Suspect Disposition: Custodial Arrest 5:54 pm, Kappa Sigma: TRAFFIC CODE – Accident with Damage –…

Governing Bodies Update

Ever wondered what’s going on with the school? I know I often do! Beginning this issue, The Oredigger will be providing the highlights of the meeting minutes of the Mines governing bodies. “The student fee will stay the same next semester as it did this semester rather than being reduced.” Undergraduate Student GovernmentOct. 13, 2020•…

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How Has Mines Survived This Long?

Image courtesy of Kayl Peck. Colleges have done everything they can to avoid it: a major COVID-19 outbreak on campus. Reducing dorm density, hosting mostly online classes, enforcing distancing protocols, putting cleaning supplies in every classroom, and making dining almost entirely takeout. All these measures have had a cost: equipping microphones, cameras, and cleaning supplies…

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