Month: November 2009

In possession of a valid, limiting difference

It was a Wednesday night much like any other Wednesday night during my four-month long summer vacation. The weather was warm, the mood lazy and the Islamabad air filled with…

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Give me a break

Sitting down on some very wet bleachers last Saturday to watch the big game after a very long academic week made me realize something: We probably do deserve a few…

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Scandal in perspective

It should not exactly be fresh news that Ernest B. Moore, known on campus and Capitol Hill as Bernard Moore, was not the man he claimed to be. Last Wednesday,…

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Homecoming events hit few snags

Though the football team may have lost to Amherst in Saturday's Homecoming game, the defeat didn’t dampen the numerous celebratory events planned by the College’s social organizations this past weekend.…

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Admissions receives 520 ED applications

The postmark deadline for Early Decision (ED) applications for the Class of 2014 arrived on Nov. 10, marking the official start of the application process for next year’s incoming first-years.…

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Club addresses linguistic concerns

With the goal in mind of giving one voice to the various language students on campus, a group of students recently launched the Language Club. According to Patty Cho ’10…

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Editorial: Learning from Moore, in earnest

In his Monday all-campus e-mail update on the case of Ernest B. Moore, a.k.a. Bernard Moore, now former W. Ford Schumann ’50 Visiting Assistant Professor in Democratic Studies, Interim President…

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Dial x4444 for residential distrust

Respect is one of the core values of this institution. We sign the Honor Code every year as a mark of respect for fellow students and the faculty and for…

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Men’s hockey readies for opener

Proven contender Alex Smigelski ’10 captains the Ephs in his final season on the ice. Last year, Smigelski earned All-NESCAC honors. Men’s hockey is looking forward to starting the 2009-2010…

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Wrestling hopes to defend N.E. title

Wrestling has a lot to live up to this season. The defending New England champions hope to protect their title as well as improve on their 10th place finish at…

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