An information session on new housing was held Tuesday night to elaborate on the email students received Jan. 13 detailing changes and renovations being made to housing on campus. The email said residents of Pangborn Hall will be moved to the new female dorm that’s currently under construction while Pangborn Hall will serve as a “swing dorm” for residents of halls under renovation during the school year. The new corresponding male dorm will be filled by application. Megan Valley | The Observer The Office of Student Affairs showcases pictures of what two newresidential halls opening in the fall of 2016 will look like.Heather Rakoczy Russell, associate vice president for residential life, said the addition of new dorms and renovation of existing ones is a continuation of the residential master plan that began in 2006.“That residential master plan was largely aimed at what we call ‘decanting,’ or un-crowding the undergraduate residence halls,” Rakoczy Russell said. “A room, for instance, that’s a triple might become a double, doubles become singles and so reducing the configurations. Some of you probably live where study room have been converted into student rooms, so we, to the extent that we could, reversed that.”Walsh and Badin Halls were the last halls on the list to be addressed by the 2006 plan, so they, along with Morrissey Hall, will be the first ones addressed with the new residential master plan. “For the next chapter, we think of what will be the next residential spirit of Notre Dame,” Rakoczy Russell said. “What that master residential plan is focused on is some of the same, which is finishing decanting and equalizing heating and plumbing, but also something beyond that, something that’s special. That something is something we’ve come to call the ‘model program.’”According to Rakoczy Russell, the model program consists of three categories: student rooms, common space and apartments for hall staff as well as priests and faculty in residence. These categories form the foundation for residents to “gather to share life” and offer a chance to “build Christian community.”The new dorms, currently under construction, are located east of Pasquerilla East Hall and Knott Hall.“These halls are complementary, but asymmetrical — we didn’t want the dorms to be carbon copies of each other,” Russell said. “We know our men and women’s dorms are different for many reasons, and we didn’t want them to be identical.”Some of the differences Rakoczy Russell cited included full kitchens on every floor of the women’s dorm, with kitchenettes on floors two, three and four in the men’s dorm, space for food sales in the men’s basement and six-person rooms in the men’s dorm, as well as another apartment on the fourth floor for a priest or faculty member. Both dorms will have singles, doubles and quads. Other features in the dorms, largely determined by student focus groups, include reading rooms on the first floor, a two-story open main lounge and unique rooms on the fourth floors, which Rakoczy Russell said was to encourage seniors to stay on campus. The chapels will also be highly visible from the outside.“Our chapels are a central part of building Christian community in the residence halls,” Rakoczy Russell said. “By situating the chapel this way, this is externally expressed. When you walk past these halls, the chapel will be seen as its own entity.” Rakoczy Russell said applicants for the men’s dorm and the remaining beds in the women’s dorm would not be based on merit, but rather on balancing demographics, including “major, hometown, home country, interests, race, ethnicity and nationality.” Applicants will also have the option to apply as a group as large as six — the application will allow for students to indicate whether they’re only interested in moving if the whole group is selected, under the assumption they must accept if the entire group is chosen. Current Pangborn residents may also have the opportunity to “pull in” students from other dorms. “We have a deep and abiding love for the residential system here at Notre Dame, and we’re so grateful to be part of this campus,” Vice President of Student Affairs Erin Hoffmann Harding said. “The motivation behind these changes is a reinvestment in the tradition we all hold so dear.” Tags: Construction, Housing, residence halls, Student Life
Glenswilly’s third team capped off a super week for the club when they beat Naomh Chonail of Glenties in the C county championship final at O’Donnell Park this afternoon.The Glen men were cruising at half time thanks in part to a Johnny McGinley goal and led 1-4 to 0-0 as Naomh Chonail, with four wides, just couldn’t find the target.But Glenties stuck to their task and turned the game on its head in the second half as they chipped away at Glenswilly’s lead. Points from Maitis MaCealbhui, Jono Molloy, Eoin Molloy and Kieran McHugh brought Glenties right back into it.But Glenswilly were given some breathing space when Dermot McGinley grabbed what proved to be Glen’s only second half point.It was enough to keep a bit of daylight between the sides.Glenties were thrown a lifeline when Mickey McDaid, who had enjoyed a great game throughout, was red carded for Glenswilly. But Glenties just couldn’t puncture the Glen rearguard after that.A super interception by Glenswilly goalkeeper Charlie McGrenra had the Glen support in cheers as they hung on for another famous victory.Super Glenswilly capture C Championship to round off brilliant week! was last modified: October 22nd, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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Joanisse, Jackson secure final two spots in 2016 Canadian Direct Insurance BC Men’s Curling Championship Page Playoff
The two rinks now meet in the Page Playoff 3-4 contest Saturday night at 7 p.m. at the Nelson Curling Club.Earlier in the day, at 2 p.m., the top two seeds square off as Vernon’s Jim Cotter plays Sean Geall of New Westminster in the Page Playoff 1-2 contest.Cotter advanced as the top seed in the Page Playoff after capturing the A event Thursday with a 5-4 win over Michael Johnson of the Royal City Curling Club.Geall earned the B event crown Friday afternoon by defeating Jackson 5-1.The loser of the Page Playoff 1-2 contest has a second chance at the Final as the rink meets the winner of the Page Playoff 3-4 game Sunday morning at 11 a.m.The Page Playoff 1-2 winner advances directly into Sunday’s 4 p.m. Final. The Final Four at the 2016 Canadian Direct Insurance BC Men’s Curling Championship is now complete after Dean Joanisse of New Westminster and Glen Jackson of Victoria secured the final two berths Friday night in C event action at the Nelson Curling Club.Joanisse scored a pair in the tenth end to edge Neil Dangerfield of Victoria 5-4 while Jackson had an easier time, outlasting Victoria’s Jason Montgomery 7-4.