Men’s lax emerges victorious in double OT

Men’s lacrosse (5-0, 3-0 in the NESCAC) remains undefeated after two big games… Read the full article →

Men’s lax emerges victorious in double OT Men’s lax emerges victorious in double OT

ACE announces Cash Cash for Spring Fling

At 12 p.m. on Friday in Paresky, All Campus Entertainment (ACE) announced that… Read the full article →

ACE announces Cash Cash for Spring Fling ACE announces Cash Cash for Spring Fling

Emma Sulkowicz discusses ‘Mattress Performance’

Last Friday afternoon, the College hosted Emma Sulkowicz, a senior at Columbia… Read the full article →

Emma Sulkowicz discusses ‘Mattress Performance’ Emma Sulkowicz discusses 'Mattress Performance'

Men’s lacrosse takes down Trinity, Skidmore

Men’s lacrosse (3-0, 2-0 NESCAC) remains undefeated after two games this week,… Read the full article →

Men’s lacrosse takes down Trinity, Skidmore Men’s lacrosse takes down Trinity, Skidmore

Stellar ‘Stop Kiss’ presents thought-provoking issues

Director Nico MacDougall ’17 presented the play Stop Kiss by Diana Son as… Read the full article →

Stellar ‘Stop Kiss’ presents thought-provoking issues Stellar 'Stop Kiss' presents thought-provoking issues

News

ACE announces Cash Cash for Spring Fling

March 18, 2015

At 12 p.m. on Friday in Paresky, All Campus Entertainment (ACE) announced that this year’s Spring Fling Concert will star the electronic music group Cash Cash, with rapper IshDARR as an opener. The concert will be held in Lasell Gymnasium on April 24 and will be free for College students. This decision was made based […]

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CEP announces new pass-fail policy to replace Gaudino Option

March 18, 2015

On Wednesday, the faculty voted 70-15 to adopt a new pass-fail option, beginning in the fall 2015 semester. The new pass-fail option allows students to take up to three courses pass-fail, although not more than one in the same semester. A student may designate a course as pass-fail until 10 weeks into the semester, but […]

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Editorials

A passable new plan

March 18, 2015

While the recent decision by the faculty to replace the Gaudino Option with a new pass/fail option can on the whole be regarded as a positive change, we at the Record believe there are some problems that will need to be addressed. The Record applauds the faculty’s decision to replace the current Gaudino system, which […]

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Respect the referendum

March 11, 2015

The recent student initiative, taking the form of a College Council (CC) divestment referendum, was a step in the right direction for students’ ability to influence College policy. We believe it is important for the school’s administration and Board of Trustees to pay attention to student interests and opinions, and the passing of the divestment […]

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Op-Eds

In support of an increase

March 18, 2015

There actually is an argument to be made in favor of the never-ending tuition increases that we see at the College: price discrimination. Basically, raising tuition really high allows you to use the high tuition of the really rich to fund the educations of more low-income students. This, of course, depends on the College actually […]

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On representations of race

March 18, 2015

Given the sheer volume of conversations that occurred on this campus regarding students at the College wearing stereotypical costumes that specifically depicted Mexicans and, more generally, Latinos, I was struck by the lack of depth to these conversations. Most of the debate focused on the question: Do Latinos on this campus have the right to […]

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Features

An Archive adventure: Examining the old exams

March 18, 2015

Midterms seem eternal in these few days before Spring Break. That’s why we at The Record set out to the College archives to investigate old midterm and final exams, hoping to inspire a weary student body with the tales of fellow Ephs from yesteryear who made it out alive and well. The majority of what […]

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Record Horoscopes tell all

March 18, 2015

Aries: March 21-April 19 After a long week of midterms, your energy will be back up on Wednesday. Don’t get too excited too fast though, because you’re going to be tired and alone and studying again for all of Thursday. Stop trying to eat healthy, just give in to Snack Bar, and just try to […]

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Arts

Emma Sulkowicz discusses ‘Mattress Performance’

March 18, 2015

Last Friday afternoon, the College hosted Emma Sulkowicz, a senior at Columbia who has garnered international recognition for her performance art piece “Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight).” Sulkowicz was joined onstage in Chapin Hall by Nancy Zhong ’15, Assistant Professor of English Anjuli Raza Kolb and Gaius Charles Bolin Fellow in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality […]

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Surprising ‘Princess Ivona’ creates immersive experience

March 18, 2015

Rarely does a play confuse the senses in quite the way that Princess Ivona did this past weekend on the Adams Memorial Stage of the ’62 Center. The campus was abuzz with questions about and reactions to Associate Professor of Theatre Omar Sangare’s third production here at the College. Ultimately, however, the play perplexed the […]

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Sports

Men’s lax emerges victorious in double OT

March 18, 2015

Men’s lacrosse (5-0, 3-0 in the NESCAC) remains undefeated after two big games last week, defeating Conn. College 10-9 on Saturday and Castleton 16-5 on March 10. On Saturday, the Ephs played their third NESCAC match of the season, defeating the Camels 10-9 in double overtime. Co-captain Steven Kiesel ’15, who scored four goals on […]

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Women’s lax takes down Conn. College 12-11

March 18, 2015

Vaulted by five goals from Hillary Cook ’15, No. 19 Williams (2-2, 1-2 in the NESCAC) defeated Conn. College last Wednesday night on Farley-Lamb Field. Despite facing deficits of 4-0 and 6-2, the Ephs battled back against the Camels to force overtime. With only 1:12 remaining in the second overtime period, Cook dodged past three […]

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