The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, March 01, 2006, Image 3

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WWW.CARROLL.EDU T he P rospector RESIDENCE HALLS NEED UPDATING by emily mannex intern writer Living accommodations for the freshmen and sophomore class are in severe need of restoration. Campus living will be under­ going a positive transformation bringing it into the 21st century. The facilities department is aware o f the needed updates and currently working to gener­ ate more contemporary housing in St. Charles and Guadalupe. Facilities and administration work hard to advance the Carroll campus. Facilities' main concern which spotlights the safety and satisfaction of stu­ dents is apparent through their timely and professional work. \We have a strategic priority to improve students' desires and happiness on campus. If money is spent, it has to improve the students and their satisfaction,\ said Gordon Flanders, assistant professor of business and mem­ ber of the budget committee. Carroll College is an ever- changing community. It is important that we strive for continuous change towards more modern living. Plans to bring St. Charles up to code involve elevators, fire escapes, a fire sprinkler system, and alarm system. Replacing the carpet alone will cost $21,000. A staff person will be hired to live in St. Charles for reasons of safety and aiding in addressing student issues and concerns. Tom McCarvel, vice president of community relations, is mak­ ing incredible effort to maintain and upgrade the residence halls. McCarvel notices a significant increase in respect for property as well as each other when facili­ ties are sustained properly. \Kids respect things that are nice. When we deliver, they (stu­ dents) take better care of Carroll property,\ said McCarvel. As much as $50,000 is current­ ly allocated in the budget with plans to replace the original mat­ tresses and bed frames in Guadalupe from the building's opening in 1960. \The beds have more than paid for themselves since the opening o f Guadalupe,\ said Flanders. The freshman dorm will be updated this summer including new sinks, carpet, lounge furniture, and showers amounting to $80,000. \It is still blue- sky talk about the St. Charles renovations. We want to do it but have to get estimates,\ said Flanders. A five-year plan is necessary with the budgeting process. A capital campaign to raise money for St. Charles renova­ tions will be organized. Carroll's goal is to connect the remodeling with the celebration of the school's 100th anniversary in 2009. Carroll has experienced a ren­ aissance. Five new buildings have been constructed within the past seven years. Maintaining this theme of restoration will continue to regenerate the Carroll community. 3 SANITARY DINING SERVICES by lisa potter staff writer Do you really know if your on campus meals are coming from a sanitary environment? Students have never held back their opinions about the quality of the campus dining services. Numerous columns featured in the school newspaper, The Prospector, have overlooked the efforts put forth, by the dining service staff, to increase overall student satisfaction. This is not one of those articles. \In my mind I totally think the Rot has progressed in the last few years,\ said Matt Thomas a senior Communications and Public Relations major from Helena. \Jerry and the gang have taken incredible steps toward improving the overall environ­ ment of our eating facilities. The international bar is a smash hit these days.\ To help make certain the safe­ ty of the cafeteria food at Carroll the Helena Health Department paid an unexpected visit, to the Sodexho dining service on Jan. 23. Two members of the Helena Health Department inspected all HEALTH continued on page 16 W t ï ï y j W m ñ f m n Some decisions feel too overwhelming to make alone. What to do in the event o f an unplanned pregnancy is one o f them. Understanding ail jour ahcmsM W iki jM i r a f y i n * t o d « » , f t r t i f S f h t «f lm. * 441-0662 slrthflgM of Helena is here to ten, we offer fret p ftpancy testing, confidential assistance, and most importantly, someone to talk to. Please a ll us at 443*0682, or visit us at 543 N Last Cftance Guien in the livery square Building, suite 206 Bsftteriit, i OfüftiuVöfi tv ¿ wav RNMKffli Wm B VOLUME 89, NO. 5 W ednesday , M arch 1, 2006

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 01 March 2006, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.