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The back of Mojo is shown mid- renovations from Palmer field. A grand staircase led from Mosher- Jordan ' s first floor to the new lower level dining center. S. Jerome photo One of the dormitory halls inside of Mosherjordan is barely recognizable after being gutted for improvements. The renovated building housed students in quads and suites. S. Jerome photo lo rennovations
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Financial Aid Student Servic, Increasing Aid by felicia pesis The Office of Financial Aid, located in the Jefferson Student Activities Building, serves as a resource to students looking for monetary help and scholarships. The 2007 budget proposed greatly increasing the amount of aid the University could provide to students. L. Deaton photo 103
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The Hill ' s MoJo by rachel lesser In May 2006, after students completed winter term, construction crews broke-ground at Mosher- Jordan Residence Hall. The hall was closed to the public until its expected completion date in the fall of 2008. As part of University Housing ' s Residential Life Initiatives, Mosher-Jordan was the first residence hall to be significantly upgraded and fixed-up. Exciting changes included air-conditioned quad and suite-style rooms, community learning spaces with wireless internet connections, and a new dining facility. All renovations were carried out with caution to preserve the 76 year-old building ' s historic spaces. " The architec ...carefully studied the input we received through our extensive research and came up with a design that we are confident will meet students ' needs in a setting that is conducive to studying, working in small project teams and socializing, " said E. Royster Harper, the University ' s vice president for student affairs. For safer accomodations, a single entrance point for residents and visitors was created. There were also projects to improve accessibilty to the rooms and bathrooms. Other improved safety features included new electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation, fire detection and suppression systems. A new elevator was also installed. Spaces for music practice and study were also included in the plans, as well as classrooms to foster learning communities. Before the project began, Mosher-Jordan housed approximately 500 students. After, there would be slightly less room because of the new quad and suite style rooms. Bathrooms would be shared between only one or two rooms, which meant there would less space for the individual rooms. The Uni 1 s Architecture, Engineering and Construction website, featured a web camera which gave a view from across Palmer field as well as an overhead view looking from Alice Lloyd Residence Hall. The web camera updated pictures of the construction every few days. All the halls in Mosher-Jordan are completely empty. Renovations started immediately after the 2006 winter term ended. S. erome photo features 105
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