This spring, Audrey’s Café will open its doors to Tritons
craving a quick study break or caffeine fix. Made possible by a
$3 million gift by Audrey Geisel, the café is ideally located on
Geisel Library’s main floor, the most heavily used study area.
“[Climate change] has become, in my view,
one of the most interdisciplinary science
problems that exists and that’s part of
what makes it so exciting.”
The hot topic at Sixth College’s Experiential Learning Conference?
Preparing the next generation of leaders for today’s complex
world. Hundreds of scholars, practitioners, instructors and students
attended this March.
—Michael E. Mann, award-winning
climate scientist, who spoke at an
Earth Day event sponsored by
BEYOND OFFICE HOURS
Revelle College students can now take the “Next
Step”— a new mentor program pairing students with
faculty mentors based on common professional and
Roosevelt College has become
home to Raza Housing, whose
residents develop appreciation
for the Chicano/a and Latino/a
experience in the U.S. and the
histories and cultures of Latin
America. The housing is open to
students from all six colleges.
The campus celebrated the life, legacy,
and 112th birthday of Theodor Geisel,
also known as Dr. Seuss, with games,
cake and a splendiferous “Seussical
Spectacular” hosted by Warren College.
A DECADE DEVOTED
Theatre and Dance Professor
Allan Havis concludes a 10-year
tenure as provost of Marshall
College this June. His legacy
includes the Marshall Mentor
Program for transfer students
and the Marshall Medal for
distinguished civic leaders.