Month: January 2014

Home Improvement

In light of the two updates that the Upperclass Residential Life Ad-hoc Advisory Committee (URLAAC) has sent to the student body regarding quiet housing and changes to the housing selection…

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Have it your way

I didn’t “find myself” on a mosque-hopping adventure in Budapest. I didn’t find myself in a quiet café in the French countryside. I didn’t find myself by getting helplessly lost…

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A new year at the ‘Record’

Welcome to a new year at the Record. The new year here is accompanied by a new board, and I am excited to lead this board as editor-in-chief until next…

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The problem with pessimism

I might not be the best advocate for optimism and activism; I tend to loll in what I consider enlightened cynicism about most conditions of the world. Poverty, inequality and…

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Remembering Ephraim Williams

I’m halfway through teaching a Winter Study course entitled “CIA and the War on Terror,” and when I was asked to talk briefly to other classes, I chose to speak…

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MAN ON THE QUAD: What class were you dropped from, and with what did you replace it?

I almost got dropped from stats, but in the end I wasn't. -Alex Besser '17     Leadership on a New World, and now I'm taking history of the US…

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An ode to the black socks

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Men’s ice hockey overwhelms non-conference foes

Men’s ice hockey (10-2-2, 7-0-2 in the NESCAC) trounced formidable competition in its final weekend of non-conference play, defeating Plattsburgh State last Saturday night and Manhattanville last Friday. Down 1-0…

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Men’s ice hockey’s Kangas notches win number 330

Head hockey coach Bill Kangas notched his 330th all-time win this past Saturday with the decisive 5-1 victory over Plattsburgh St. With this victory, Kangas surpassed his predecessor Bill McCormick…

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Ephs triumph at home in conference play

Last weekend, women’s basketball (14-2, 2-2 in the NESCAC) produced a strong showing at Chandler Gymnasium, capped with a 71-54 victory over Colby on Saturday. Just one day earlier, the…

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