The clusters of tables and Smartboard-lined walls of this spring’s ECON 1: “Principles of Economics” classroom make it look nothing like a typical introductory lecture. And according to Marcelo Clerici-Arias, economics lecturer and Honors Program director for both economics and public policy, that’s the whole point.
Several freshmen dorms’ resident fellows express disapproval of the Peer Health Educators (PHEs) program’s wage system by refusing to hire PHEs for their dorms next year. The following dorms will no longer have PHEs: Arroyo, Cedro, FroSoCo, Junipero, Larkin and Twain.
We need to put our world-class minds to work, not do what’s easy. We need to understand, not jump to conclusions. We need to compromise, not judge.
Justin and Terese Grimmer will be stepping down as the resident fellows (RFs) of Cedro next Tuesday, March 3. The couple notified residents of their coming departure on Wednesday evening. This was their first year as RFs.
Sudden intervention from above, with no accountability and no answers, is antithetical to Residential Education’s mission. ResEd must see from the ensuing chaos – both in Cedro and elsewhere – that they made the wrong choice.
On Saturday, three Cedro resident assistants (RAs) were fired after allegedly drinking or smoking weed with their freshmen residents during their ski trip.
Growing up on campus as a child is a unique experience, with perhaps some pitfalls.