Month: January 2017

Mourning together: On the College’s death notification policy

In the wake of the passing of Joshua Torres ’ 15, the College must reflect on how it engages its students when it receives tragic news. While the administration sends…

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Remembering Josh Torres '13. Photo courtesy of Brianna Rettig.

Family and friends remember Joshua Torres ’15

Joshua Torres '15 speaks to the cast of Revenge of the Inner City Catholic Schoolgirls, which he wrote, acted in and directed in 2015. Photo courtesy of Brianna Rettig. Joshua…

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Activism in the Age of Trump. Jason Liu/Photo Editor.

Activism in the Age of Trump

Photo Editor Jason Liu heads to Boston for the Women's March on January 22 with Features Editor Jane Petersen. After meeting a rising generation of activists, they explore the historical backdrop…

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On realness, ‘The Yeezus Effect’ and hip-hop in academia

West’s polarizing authenticity often brings him as much criticism as praise, making him America’s most beloved asshole. Photo courtesy of COMPOUND Entertainment. Kanye West is America’s most beloved asshole. The…

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Men’s swim and dive loses to MIT, beats Middlebury

Men’s swimming (8—2 , 4—0 in the NESCAC) competed Friday at MIT and Saturday at Middlebury. The Ephs fell 188-110 to the Engineers but came back to defeat the Panthers…

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Ephs upset Panthers, fall to Continentals

On Sunday, men’s basketball (13—5, 2—4 in the NESCAC) made a statement at home with an 89-65 victory over the No. 15 Middlebury Panthers. The Panthers brought an aggressive and…

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Clark debuts stunning Japanese woodprint exhibition

‘Kaminohashi Bridge’ by Kawase Hasui employs both colored lines and naturalistic light, characteristics of the shin-hanga movement. Photo courtesy of the Clark. There are few art pieces more instantly recognizable…

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‘Lion’ poses questions around identity

Lion is the true story of Saroo, a five-year-old Indian boy who gets lost on a train, accidentally traveling over a thousand kilometers away from his small hometown. The train…

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The Artist Otherwise Known As… Quess Green ’20

Quess Green ’20, a potential American studies major, makes YouTube videos for his original channel. Photo courtesy of YouTube. Quess Green ’20 has the look of someone brimming with personality…

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Former basketball teammates Kuntz ’06 and Kain ’05 reunite at Los Angeles FC

For three seasons, Will Kuntz ’06 and Tucker Kain ’05 were teammates on the men’s basketball team at the College. In the years they played together, the Ephs went 77-12…

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