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We’ve been talking with the CIO about this and it looks promising! We will keep you posted on our progress!
The Graduate Student Government is trying to extend the Mines email address out to 5 years. We will keep you updated on their progress!
This is a big topic and CCIT knows students want this. Last year there was not enough time to make the change but this year CCIT is starting earlier so current seniors can have this for when they graduate. USG can not promise this will happen this year but working with CCIT we hope it does.
-USGCaitlin McMahan shared this idea ·
USG is still looking into this and we will direct this issue to our advisor.
Our Board of Trustees representative, Jerry Miller, is looking in to details about the policy and history of why it was implemented. Will get back when we have more info!
We spoke to an employee at Sherpa House and they said that the discount was taken away for financial reasons. When we asked if there was any chance that they would bring it back they did not sound optimistic. Sorry we can’t do anything to fix this!
This also makes me sad and hungry! I will take this to our next USG meeting to see how we can help. I’m thinking of sending them a letter from USG on behalf of the students.
Currently CTLM has a dedicated 24 hour computer lab with a lot of computers and software! Any student, no matter what major or year, can use these computers. USG acknowledges that there should be more space on campus for 24 hour dedicated computer labs. We will continue in the future to advocate for new computer labs. For example, the new library renovation project will create new space for more computer labs accessible to all students.
Update: It is in the short future of capital planning to create two more computer labs. One will be a teaching lab in Chauvenet and the other will be in Brown building. A definite timeline is not yet known. It is still a class project to work on longer access in Brown.
Update: One of the main reasons why getting access to this building is so difficult is because of…