Author: usercreator

The end of ordinary: Continuing our commitment to justice against all odds

Here is how my life was going to go. I was going to graduate from the College. I was going to serve a tour in the Army doing civil affairs…

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From the Archives

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Athletes of the Week: Tom Cifrino ’17 and Tori Jasuta ’17

Tom Cifrino’s play on the offensive line has been outstanding. He made the transition form fullback to tackle very well and has had a huge impact on our offense.  He…

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Athletes of the Week: Peter Hale ’17 and Margaret Draper ’17

Peter Hale ’17 Men’s cross-country Swampscott, Mass.     "Peter has upped his training to a whole new level, putting in consistent mileage, quality workouts, and honing his race skills. …

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WORD ON THE QUAD: What would your last meal be if you were on death row?

          Korean food that my mom made. Jee Suhr '20           Cheap takeout from the Chinese place across the street from where…

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Class Notes

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Ceci Davis-Hayes ’11 earns bronze at triathlon world championships

Ceci Davis-Hayes ’11 won the women’s division of the Philadelphia Triathlon to quality for Cozumel.Photo courtesy of Sports Information. On Sunday, Sept. 18 in Cozumel, Mexico, Ceci Davis-Hayes ’11 won…

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Field hockey squeaks by Trinity in 4-3 match

In its NESCAC season opener, field hockey (1-1, 1-0 in the NESCAC) defeated Trinity 4-3 at home after a close back-and-forth contest. Tri-captain Rachel Brissette ’17 tallied two goals and…

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All work and no play: On why we need to divide the day

With Wednesday evening classes entering the course schedule this year, the effect that division of the day – not having class slots after 4 p.m. – has on the College…

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WORD ON THE QUAD: What did you do with your extra day this leap year?

          I studied more. Sung Kang '19           I caught up on homework. Mia Dana '18           No…

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