By Christie Wisniewski and Maya Douglas According to the Hood College 2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, instances of rape and dating violence on campus increased in 2016. The report defines a forcible sexual offense as “any sexual act directed against another person…against that person’s will; or not forcibly…where the victim is incapable of […]
by Christie Wisniewski Hood College introduced a new parking plan just in time for the 2017 fall semester, but some students are less than pleased. All members of the Hood community were required to obtain a parking sticker classifying themselves as faculty, commuter, or resident starting August 1. These stickers have rendered the original parking […]
By Shania Heerd This academic year marks Hood College’s 125th year of being a college. Hood is celebrating this milestone with events, projects and opportunities. The celebration kicks off with Hood College President Andrea E. Chapdelaine’s student challenge for this year: commit to 125 minutes per day for studying, 125 minutes per week for exercising, and 125 hours throughout the semester for volunteering. Students are incredibly supportive of the […]
Hood College’s #1 newspaper went on the move to cover the kickoff celebration of Hood’s 125th celebration events. In addition to revealing a plaque at Winchester Hall, the original birth place of Hood College, president Andrea Chapdelaine announced that September 12th has been officially dubbed Hood College day in the county of Frederick.