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Volume Twenty, Issue Six - Tuesday, December 15, 2015

New Residence Hall and Other Housing Changes Planned for Next Year 12/15/2015 A new residence hall will begin construction this week in the Brindle parking lot. The hall which will take up around a third of the current Lot 16, will house freshman for the next academic year, while the space between the new hall, Brindle, and Endicott will be transformed into a social area.
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Students and Faculty Work on Study Abroad Credits as Semester Ends 12/14/2015 With the fall 2015 semester coming to an end, students and faculty involved with the study abroad program have been working to transfer the course credits students have earned while studying away from Endicott. The process of choosing courses at international schools and transferring those earned credits back has been said to be a task of low difficulty. Students, deans, and advisors work together to make sure students are getting their needed education while studying abroad.
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Open Forum Discusses Arming Campus Police 12/15/2015 On December 8th, in the LSB auditorium, President Wylie and Chief Femino had an open forum to discuss the idea of arming campus police and answer students questions.
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Lauren's Declassified Finals Survival Guide 12/15/2015 Welcome to December, everybody! Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, or whatever else, we at the Endicott Observer hope you have a happy holiday season. Along with the holidays and all that goes with them, December also has lights, Starbucks (festive?) cups, and gingerbread or eggnog flavored everything. One big downside for the twelfth month, though, is the dreaded finals. This means many late nights, long study sessions, freak outs, regret that you didn’t start studying earlier and more, and your brain completely frying at least once. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Here are some simple tips to make your finals week a lot easier:
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