Month: October 2013

Fielding better conversations

We at the Record would like to applaud the faculty for undertaking the work of investigating how student-athletes manage conflicts between academics and athletics. We hope that the group’s work…

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This is our house

For the second consecutive year, mid-semester damages in campus dorms this semester have decreased from previous years. The current policy of the administration is to charge students residing in a…

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Trick-or-Treat?

Student-created pumpkins decorate Sloane House and front lawn in preparation for Halloween.Nathaniel Boley/Photo Editor

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Rising from the Ashes

The colossal birds of Xu Bing's 'Phoenix' exhibit glowed during a special night showing during its final weekend at MASS MoCADiana Chen/News Editor

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Write yourself a constitution

In the fall, West Point, N.Y., is a boastful approximation of paradise. Foliage is aflame, breezes aren’t yet cold enough to warrant a pea coat, and proud stone monstrosities teeter…

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Fighting stigma with support

It wasn’t until the spring of my freshman year that a good friend told me what was going on. He had had a tough time adapting to college – harder…

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Full immersion

This semester, I’m very fortunate to have the chance to take French 101: “Introduction to French Language and Francophone Cultures,” which is the first introductory language course I’ve taken at…

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Staying on course

We Ephs are privileged to suffer relatively little red tape in comparison to other colleges and universities, and for better or for worse, the red tape that we do have…

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Letter to the Editor: Synthetic turf concerns

To the Editor: In the article (“Weston Restoration emphasizes environmental integration,” Oct 23) there is no indication that athletic health concerns were considered with regard to the new synthetic playing…

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Dormitory damages decline

Mid-semester damages to dormitories are lower than they were at this time last year, continuing the trend that started in the 2012-13 academic year. “Damages are way down this year…

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