Category: Features

Asian American Ephs discuss activism

A new student committee organized a panel about the diverse experiences of Asian Americans on campus. Photo courtesy of Joseph Oh. Seeking a space to share and explore the Asian…

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Aroop ’09 and Auyon ’07 Mukharji publish first children’s book

In When the President Poops, the Mukharji brothers provide a lighthearted commentary regarding President Donald J. Trump. Photo courtesy of Aroop and Auyon Mukharji. What do two brothers, both alums…

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Students explore foreign policy careers

A group of 20 students met with alums at various organizations in Washington, D.C. and New York. Photo courtesy of Dawn Dellea. From Jan. 23 to Jan. 26, a group…

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Elementary school students explore the outdoors with lessons focused on nature

Hopkins Memorial Forest teaches visiting elementary school students about nature and science each year. Photo courtesy of Drew Jones In a few weeks, Hopkins Memorial Forest (HMF) will welcome students…

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One in Two Thousand: Jonah Levy ’18

Sophia Shin/Photo Editor I first met Jonah through Frosh Revue and soon learned of his ornithological proclivities when he would come into every class exclaiming how nice the birds at…

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Ephs tutor inmates at Berkshire House of Corrections

Positive Pathways Partnerships allows College students and BHoC inmates to empathize with one another and discuss social issues. Photo courtesy of Sharif Rosen. Many might not be surprised to hear…

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Paresky typewriter extravaganza clacks out personal poems for students

This Winter Study, Professor of English and American Studies Cassandra Cleghorn taught a course about typewriters. She and the 10 students enrolled in the course started a typewriting poem project,…

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One in Two Thousand: Ariella Markowitz ’19

Photo courtesy of Ariella Markowitz. I first met Ariella during Where Am I!? (WAI) Leader training and was immediately drawn to her laid back and friendly vibes—so much so that…

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Students study across the globe

Keileh Atulomah '20 traveled to Hong Kong through one of the College's unique Winter Study programs. Photo courtesy of Keileh Atulomah. Many students associate Winter Study at the College with…

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Students unplug for 48-hour phone fast

To start off the new year, students turned off their phones in hopes of reducing their screen time. Sophia Shin/Photo Editor  Last week, I along with 35 students participated in…

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