“System failure.” “Perfect storm.” “Plagued with glitches.” “Deeply frustrating and regrettable.” These were some of the phrases used to describe the April 9–16 outage of the Metro e-mail system — and that was how college officials felt about the situation
Metro teachers are “outraged” over the loss of their primary mode of communication and many have already experienced academic consequences.
Water from the greenhouse on the third floor of the Science Building has eaten away at the steel infrastructure leaving the southwest corner of the building vulnerable to collapsing, Ken Ross, facilities manager for Auraria Higher Education Center said this week.
Azul Mares-Delgrasso, a Metro alumnus, wants students to know that it’s OK to get tested for HIV.
The Election Commission for Metro’s Student Government Assembly unanimously voted to extend the current voting, with the ballot as-is until April 23 at 11:59 p.m.
The advent of credit brought an easy feeling to consumers when it came to getting what they wanted, when they wanted it, absent the supposed inconvenience of having money on the spot to pay for it.
Emergency IT workers toiled through the night April 14 to reunite Metro students, staff and faculty with their missing e-mails.
The Election Commission for Metro’s Student Government Assembly unanimously voted to extend the current voting, with the ballot as-is until April 23 at 11:59p.m.
Unexpected delays have prolonged an outage of MetroConnect and the college e-mail system frustrating students, staff and faculty — and delaying Student Government Assembly elections.