Month: December 2012

Women’s groups consider merger

On Wednesday night at Hardy House, three of the College’s women’s groups met to discuss a possible merger and structural changes to their organizations. One possibility would be consolidation of…

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‘Fisher’ brings question of race in college admissions to forefront

Small, elite liberal arts institutions strive to create educational environments in which a close-knit group of students learn not only within academically rigorous curricula, but also from one another’s unique…

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Investigation remains open following security threat in Paresky

On Wednesday at approximately 9:45 p.m., Director of Campus Safety and Security Dave Boyer sent an all-campus e-mail security alert stating that around 6:15 p.m. that evening, students reported a…

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Dining, administration work to extend Late Night service hours

Last week, College Council (CC) voted to move forward in working on a plan to extend Late Night hours to 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. CC believes that this…

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Men’s swimming drops Fordham, excels at Div. I meet

Men’s swimming and diving traveled to Fordham last weekend to challenge Div. I opponents Fordham and Boston College. Strong swims across the board led to a very solid meet for…

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Discussing change in Late Night service: The benefits of a potential expansion

The College’s Late Night dining feature in Whitmans’ serves as a mealtime staple for hungry students between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. Accordingly, we are glad to…

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Reimagining the Women’s Center: The importance of refocusing the mission of campus women’s groups

The three women’s groups on campus - the Women’s Center, the Women of Color Resource Center and the Women of Color Coalition - have been forced to reorganize and reevaluate…

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Women’s track impresses at unscored Smith Winter Classic

A fresh snowfall and a bus ride to Smith’s Winter Classic marked the beginning of the women’s indoor track and field season. Though the meet was not scored, the Ephs…

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Women’s basketball splits home tourney

Women’s basketball (5-1) suffered its first loss of the season last weekend, falling to Bridgewater State in the second game of the Williams Holiday Classic. Saturday’s game proved a tightly…

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Men’s hockey downs conference foes

On Saturday, men’s ice hockey (4-2) battled against Conn. College, earning a hard-fought 3-2 victory. The Ephs entered the contest with the Camels already 3-2 on the season, having notched…

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