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Bwog’s Barnard Bureau Chief Renée Kraiem visited the Diana Center Event Oval last night. There, Barnard students and administrators gathered over falafel and hummus to cultivate better collaboration between students and administrators. The evening began with an administrative panel on the issue that included Annie Aversa, Dean for Campus and Residential Life, Avis Hinkson, Dean of […]

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Update, 2:30 am: We read the email a few times, talked to some tipsters, and came to the following conclusions: The policy for returning students was changed in February, before any of the stuff that Dean Hinkson mentions as unexpectedly causing the shortage. The deadline for study abroad, yield numbers (which show how many new […]

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Update, 6:16 pm: Dean Hinkson just sent us this statement: The policy was changed last February (2012) due to more and more returning students requesting housing, and overall, more students opting to stay on campus instead of seeking off-campus housing. Even so, we are making every effort to accommodate as many students as we can […]

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Late last week, we learned that Barnard students returning from leave or transferring in will probably have to live off-campus, which could mean the loss of some financial aid and on-campus housing the year after. We reached out to Dean Hinkson to hear the Barnard administration’s side of the story. Upside: Barnard students might not be […]

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