Author: Rachel Scharf, Executive Editor

A Week Away: Exploring religious freedom and identity abroad

I was running about my room in New York City in the last-minute throes of packing for my semester in Copenhagen when I came across, among a knot of tangled…

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Panel discusses landscape of contemporary romantic literature

From Friday April 21 to Sunday April 23, the College hosted a conference entitled “Reading for Pleasure: Romance Fiction in the International Marketplace.” Organized by Julie Cassiday, professor and chair…

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One in Two Thousand: Grace Mabie ’19

I met Grace Mabie ’19 during my first year at the College when I had the pleasure of being entrymates with her. She is one of the funniest and most…

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Oxford mental health services fall short for WEPO students

In the first part of a Closer Look on mental health resources abroad, the Record explored the experiences and concerns associated with studying abroad at a program approved by but…

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Examining mental health services during study abroad

In recent years, both students and the administrators have worked to improve accessibility to mental health resources on campus. However, there still exists a significant lack of awareness surrounding mental…

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CSS revises handling of marijuana usage following commonwealth referendum

Although some students presumed that the legalization of marijuana in Massachusetts would produce a change in College policy, marijuana usage re- mains prohibited at the College since the drug’s possession…

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Two in Two Thousand: Lili Bierer ’19 and Phacelia Cramer ’19

Janeth Rodriguez/Photo Editor. In honor of Valentine’s Day, the Record brings you its annual profile of a campus couple. This year, I sat down with Lili Bierer and Phacelia Cramer,…

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