Veritas opens to the public
The Veritas web site opened to the public on Wednesday, Jan. 8. The decision to remove the login came from the President’s Cabinet at the end of the fall semester, but was finalized early on Wednesday.
Check back for more information on Monday, Jan. 13.
Men’s basketball improves to 9-1
After enjoying a shortened Christmas break, the men’s basketball team was back at it again on Jan. 2. The Lions came back strong from the break to defeat the University of Maine at Presque Isle, 75-56.
Two days later, guard Jaylen Owens achieved his sixth 20-point game of the season against defending Commonwealth Coast Conference champions Curry College on the road. Men’s basketball defeated Curry, 83-67, for the third consecutive time in regular season play.
The team’s third win of the new year came on Tuesday, Jan. 7 when the Lions defeated Roger Williams, 80-77, at home.
Campus television gets digital upgrade
ENC’s analog cable television system was upgraded to a digital system over Christmas break. The upgrade was completed on Dec. 20.
All television sets will need to be re-programmed with the new system. Most televisions can be re-programmed by going into the TV’s menu and finding an auto-program function, which will complete a channel scan. Some older televisions will not receive cable channels without an analog-to-digital converter.
Televisions with a QAM tuner and cable input that are capable of auto programming should work.
Check back for more updates.
Chapel schedule released
The Office of Spiritual Development released the spring chapel schedule this week.
Chapel began on Wednesday, Jan. 8 with Chaplain Corey MacPherson delivering the first message of the semester. The Andy Needham Band will provide a concert in chapel on Friday, Jan. 10.
The Rev. Scott Daniels, dean and professor of the School of Theology at Azusa Pacific University, will lead this semester’s winter revival, Jan. 22 through Jan. 24.
ITS quickly responds to dormitory Internet outage
Information Technology Services responded to and fixed an Internet outage right before students arrived on campus early this week. A few students reported the outage in the afternoon on Sunday, Jan. 5.
WiFi was not available in the dormitories for Sunday morning and afternoon, but the network issues were resolved and Internet was available around 7 p.m. the same day.