Month: November 2016

On athletic insurance coverage

To the Editor: Since athletic injuries at the College are not systematically reported by the Record or the College, it is difficult to appreciate what the insurance burden comes to…

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Responding to prejudice: The College’s responsibility to address post-election events

In addition to the repulsive nature of the vandalism in Griffin Hall and the troubling decision of students to protest the election in that way, the administration’s response to the…

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Pop star Wang Leehom ’98 returns to woo students

Wang Leehom ’98 performed a mix of Mandarin and English-language songs in Chapin Hall on Monday. Alex Jen/ Arts Editor. “The Mountains” have never sounded this good, but I guess…

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‘The Skriker’ adeptly provides a bleak yet poignant view of the future

The stage design and acting in The Skriker skillfully navigate space and relationships to emphasize the inherent anxiety in the world. Photo courtesy of The '62 Center. The late Leonard…

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Reopened research center impresses

The new Manton Research Center at the Clark brings art and art history together through its collections. Photo courtesy of The Clark. Reopened Saturday, the newly renovated Manton Research Center…

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A Tribe Called Quest returns with vigor

Although departing from its old sound, A Tribe Called Quest’s new album is still socially conscious. Photo courtesy of Stereogum. Many people know A Tribe Called Quest for its hit,…

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Images’ 100th anniversary party entertains attendees

Images Cinema celebrated their 100th anniversary with a party Friday, and this impressive cake models the block the Cinema currently resides on. T.W. Collins/ Staff Photographer On Friday at The…

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Film critic Eva Romero infuses ‘Frankfurt’ with meaning

Eve Romero’s analysis of director Ramiro Gomez’s documentary Frankfurt added a new dimension of social consciousness to the film. PHOTO COURTESY OF Marisol Ramirez Cabrera. Film critic Eva Karene Romero…

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Two students admit to vandalizing Griffin Hall on Saturday

Over the weekend, Facilities covered the vandalism, which the WPD and CSS did not find to be a bias incident. Photos courtesy of the Office of Communications. On Saturday morning,…

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Wild Oats offers new cooking series

An employee puts on a demonstration as part of new cooking classes taking place at Wild Oats. Photo courtesy of Wild Oats. Wild Oats Market has begun a series of…

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