We’ve had our good and our bad times this semester. We’ve done a lot of griping—and often for a good reason. But, against the spirit of finals, we’d like to talk about some good things that happened this semester. (And forgive us our snark.)
We're thankful for the many improvements that happened as a result of Mail Services listening to students.
In response to student complaints, Campus Services and Mail Services have implemented changes this year to reduce wait times and increase efficiency at the Lerner Hall package center.
The line at the package center elicits existential, nihilistic soul-searching.
The package center’s new kiosk system—in which students can swipe their Columbia ID cards at kiosks and wait for their packages to be brought out to them, rather than wait in the regular line—has been making it harder, not easier, to get mail.
A new server has been ordered to boost the speed of the package center's computers, the sign-out software will soon be installed on a third computer, and a fourth computer will be added to help the checkout line move faster.
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