The Residence Hall Association (RHA) held their annual Boat Cruise on Lake Michigan this past Friday night into Saturday morning. Tickets went on sale last Monday morning at 12:30 p.m. in the Office of Campus Life (OCL.) The line grew quickly, and soon it was wrapped around the corner and onto the MTCC Bridge. No cash was accepted, only credit and debit cards. The line slugged along, and lasted for more than three hours. The tickets sold out within the day, and many people were disappointed. The week dragged on until finally, Friday came.
I attended the “Fresh in the City” Scavenger hunt that the Leadership Academy and Office of Undergraduate Affairs held on Saturday, September 26. First-year students were invited to join a team at Morton Park, and then sent on a journey through the city to fulfill objectives for point values. The team with the most number of points at the end of the day won a prize.
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Safety is obviously a huge concern on this and all other college campuses. Our Public Safety does what they can, but many times it is difficult to get in contact with them and in certain situations, it may be inconvenient or even impossible to. That is why better and more assured methods of communication between and among students, faculty and staff, as well as campus and city emergency responders are always welcome.