Month: October 2012

Men’s XC powers to 5th at NESCACs

Men’s cross country paced to a fifth-place finish at the NESCAC championship on Saturday at Bowdoin. Led by standout Chris Lee ’14, the Ephs scored 97 points. Competing on Bowdoin’s…

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Undefeated men’s soccer storms to semis

Men’s soccer (13-0-2, 8-0-2 in the NESCAC) has secured its first undefeated regular season since 2000. Having won homefield advantage for the NESCAC playoffs, the top-seeded men toppled Conn. College…

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Women’s cross country defends NESCAC title at Bowdoin

No. 3 women’s cross country defended its conference title at Bowdoin last Saturday, where Williams topped the field to claim its second straight NESCAC title. Bowdoin’s course is famously flat,…

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Ephs roll past Continentals for second straight win

Men’s football (3-3) fought its way to a close 34-26 victory against Hamilton last Saturday. Quarterback Tom Murphy ’15 led the Ephs to their second straight victory, and Antonio Blanco…

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Alumnus Ecuadorian minister of health combats anti-gay clinics

Carina Vance ’99 has risen to prominence in Ecuadorian politics at an impressive speed. She is currently the Ecuadorian minister of public health and is using her current position to…

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Spring Street Blues: Week of October 31, 2012

Wednesday 10-24-12 8:14 p.m., Ruland House: Steam from the shower activated the smoke detector in the first floor hallway. The system was reset. 9:19 p.m., Brooks: Campus Safety and Security…

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Faculty considers public health concentration due to student demand

An advisory committee composed of 17 faculty members from anthropology, biology, chemistry, economics, environmental studies, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, statistics and women’s, gender and sexuality studies has been working…

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One in 2000: Chad Lorenz ’13

With nicknames like “Chad Bro Chill Bro” and jobs like “President of Vice,” it’s tough not to get lost in the mystique of Chad Lorenz ’13. And having long heard…

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College, Legion continue years-long partnership

Earlier this year, the College purchased the American Legion building at the intersection of Spring Street and Latham Street. The purchase was a continuation of a long standing relationship between…

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ACE Concerts’ survey seeks student input for event planning

On Oct. 8, All-Campus Entertainment (ACE) Concerts Committee sent a survey to the student body via an all-campus e-mail seeking opinions on the size and types of concert acts that…

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