Author: Evan Daulton

New Hall does away with check-in policy

New Hall switched over to a no-swipe process earlier this year, meaning residents are no longer required to swipe their student ID when entering the building. The change also applies to guests of residents in New Hall, although guests of residents must be accompanied by their guest at all times. Guests are not required to be checked in under the resident’s name, which used to store information from either an EKU ID or driver’s license.

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Naming buildings not a one-man job

It’s easy to assume that the buildings at EKU are named after whoever donated the most money, but it goes deeper than that. To have a building named after someone is an honor, and the person the building is named after becomes a cemented part of EKU’s history.

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