Month: March 2017

CC rejects censure, issues warning for Cap & Bells

Last night, College Council (CC) voted 22–3 in favor of issuing a formal warning to Cap & Bells, the College’s only student-run theatre group, for 18 months. The warning will…

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College announces commencement speakers, honorary degrees

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will be the speaker for the College’s commencement on June 4. A Nigerian-American writer, Adichie is best known for her works Americanah, We Should All Be Feminists…

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Ephs hold off Panthers, River Hawks to advance to Final Four

Last weekend, men’s basketball (23–8, 8–8 in the NESCAC) defeated Susquehanna and Middlebury to reach the Final Four of the NCAA Div. III tournament. On Friday, the men advanced to…

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‘Endgame: Afghanistan’ puts forth a catch-22

In Endgame: Afghanistan, recently displayed in the ’62 Center, Ben Brody documents the daily lives of soldiers stationed in Afghanistan. His work focuses not on the violence amidst the war…

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A Comprehensive Guide to Off-Campus Housing

The following guide has been constructed mostly with the input of the residents of each house. The final rankings were at the discretion of Maddy McFarland and the board of…

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Performance, panel examine war

On March 7, the production company Theater of War came to campus to present a short reading of Sophocles’ Ajax and facilitate a discussion on the costs of war, supplemented…

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Shaggy to headline Spring Fling

Last Monday, All Campus Entertainment (ACE) announced via a banner in Paresky that reggae singer Shaggy will headline Spring Fling 2017. Rapper Jerreau will perform as the opener for the…

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Faculty elects to eliminate high pass

At the faculty meeting on March 8, the faculty voted overwhelmingly to eliminate the “high pass” grade for the Winter Study term, beginning with Winter Study 2018. This will change…

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Student perceptions of rigor of College majors

Over the course of the last week, the Record conducted a survey asking students about their perception of the most and least rigorous College majors. Out of a randomized 500…

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Women’s track takes fourth at Indoor Championships

Women’s track and field finished fourth at the NCAA Div. III Championships last weekend. Nine of the 14 Ephs that made the trip to Naperville, Ill. earned All-American honors. The…

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