Author: Nicholas Goldrosen, News Editor

College to hold commencement on Sawyer Quad

This year, for the first time, the College will hold commencement in the new Sawyer-Stetson Quad. A change from recent years' location in Science Quad, this will accommodate the construction…

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Approval Ratings – Spring 2017

In the Record’s recent approval ratings poll, four campus institutions saw decreases in their approval ratings outside of the margin or error, one saw an increase and the remainder saw…

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College revises JA grant

Next year, the College will continue its policy of covering, via a grant, the academic-year student income contribution for students receiving financial aid who serve as junior advisors (JAs). However,…

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JAs wear bleached shirts to highlight entry system inequities

Last Wednesday, approximately 45 current and former Junior Advisors (JAs) wore bleached JA shirts to protest a lack of support for students and JAs of color in the entry system. …

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Goodrich Coffee Bar to move to Dodd dining area

Goodrich Coffee Bar will move next year to the former dining hall in Dodd House to accommodate the year-long renovation of Goodrich Hall, which will be closed for all of…

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One in Two Thousand: Calen Firedancing ’20

Janeth Rodriguez/Photo Editor. I first met Calen when we were both selected for the mythical organization that is Frosh Revue, sparking many tremendous evenings of improv and, subsequently, friendship. I…

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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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Students hold event to interrogate naming practices and unofficially rename Horn Hall

On Thursday, students, along with some staff and community members, gathered for a town hall meeting and student protest of the naming of Horn Hall following the resignation of Joey…

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JAAB shifts JA co-pairings away from gender binary

Beginning next year, Junior Advisor (JA) co-pairings for entries will no longer follow the pre-existing gender binary, consisting of one male and one female JA per entry. Additionally, the JA…

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College appoints Shawna Patterson as new director of the Davis Center

In January, Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity Leticia Smith-Evans Haynes ’98 announced that Shawna Patterson would serve the new director of the College’s Davis Center. Patterson, who most…

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