While it appears that the administration may be a couple months, maybe a year, late on the official ground breaking for the CULC, it was wonderful to honor President Emeritus Clough by officially naming the building in his honor and naming him President Emeritus of the Institute. The building should be a true compliment to Clough’s legacy here at Tech.

With another semester comes another round of registration problems. Apparently, the ISYE and AE departments are leading the race to anger students. ISYE has put permits on most of their senior level classes, and the AE department was again late about releasing their fall schedule. Fear not other departments, there is still time to make up ground during Phase II.

The debate among the candidates for the Undergraduate Student Body President and Undergraduate Executive Vice President gave students a delightful opportunity to hear about the plans and concerns of the people that will lead the undergraduate student body next year. Allowing students to submit questions opened a new avenue for more people to get involved in the election and campaign process.

The on-and-off power at the CRC on Tuesday afternoon gave people getting in their exercise a little more excitement to their workout. Unfortunately, the CRC has no intention of turning out the lights in the future to give people self-conscious about working out in front of other people a reprieve from social scrutiny of having all the fit people stare at them while they sadly jog on a treadmill.