Month: March 2015

Men’s lax emerges victorious in double OT

James McFarland ’18 scored first in the fourth quarter ro raise the Ephs lead to 9-3 against Castleton. Men’s lacrosse (5-0, 3-0 in the NESCAC) remains undefeated after two big…

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Women’s lax takes down Conn. College 12-11

Natalie Gill ’16 broke eight minutes of scoreless play in the first half with a goal on a free position shot. Vaulted by five goals from Hillary Cook ’15, No.…

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ACE announces Cash Cash for Spring Fling

The electronic dance music group Cash Cash will headline the ACE Spring Fling Concert on April 24 in Lassel (sic) Gym. Arjun Kakkar/Photo Editor. At 12 p.m. on Friday in…

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Men’s tennis awaits NESCAC campaign

The season after winning a national championship and graduating half of the starting lineup is always a difficult one. Last year’s 16-7 campaign was just that for Head Coach Dan…

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CEP announces new pass-fail policy to replace Gaudino Option

On Wednesday, the faculty voted 70-15 to adopt a new pass-fail option, beginning in the fall 2015 semester. The new pass-fail option allows students to take up to three courses…

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A passable new plan

While the recent decision by the faculty to replace the Gaudino Option with a new pass/fail option can on the whole be regarded as a positive change, we at the…

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Ursula Burns to speak at Commencement

Burns will be the featured Commencement speaker. Photo courtesy of Forbes. The Board of Trustees has announced that Ursula M. Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox, will be the principal…

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Three tickets run for College Council presidency in spring special election

On Friday, the new Special Elections Advisory Committee announced via email the College Council (CC) presidential candidates for the year’s second election following annulment. Jesús Espinoza ’16 and Marcus Christian…

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Student activists discuss motivations, obstacles on campus

A sizeable population of students at the College is deeply dissatisfied with at least some aspect of campus life. Some seek to reform sexual assault reporting policies, divest the endowment…

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Laderman speaks on surfers’ global significance

Laderman lectured on the role of surfers as cultural ambassadors throughout the globe during the Reagan era. Jerry Li/Photo Editor. Associate Professor of History at the University of Minnesota, Duluth…

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