Category: News

Campus addresses vandalism incident

Two students are undergoing disciplinary proceedings after vandalizing their friend’s dorm room door early last Thursday morning, according to an email that Dean of the College Marlene Sandstrom sent to…

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Construction continues on Science Quad

The Science Center renewal project, aimed at replacing Bronfman Science Center and building state-of-the-art mathematics and science facilities, is now fully underway, with two new buildings – the “south building”…

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New College bookstore opens on Spring Street

The College’s new 15,000 square foot bookstore, which opened this summer, goes beyond the call of textbooks, providing students with a new location for many school essentials and nonessentials. Designed…

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Psychological Counseling Services changes name to Integrative Wellbeing Services

Over the past summer, the branch of College Health Services previously known as Psychological Counseling Services (PCS) underwent significant modifications, changing its name to Integrative Wellbeing Services (IWS). According to…

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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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CSIH examines the College’s representations of its history

Last Friday, President Adam Falk announced in a campus-wide email that the Committee on Campus Space and Institutional History (CSIH) had published its second and final report. With reference to…

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Vega, Leonard perform in course on popular music

Last Thursday, Professor of music W. Anthony Sheppard invited two guest musicians, Suzanne Vega, an American singer-songwriter and mother of Ruby Froom ’17, and Gerry Leonard, an Irish lead guitarist…

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Olikara addresses millennial participation in politics

Last Thursday, Founder and President of the Millennial Action Project (MAP) Steven Olikara visited the College at the invitation of Rep. Chris Gibson, visiting professor of leadership studies. Olikara visited…

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Williams Inn sparks discussion on College’s influence

This is the third in a series of stories exploring how the College undertakes new building projects. The stories were originally produced for the course ANTH 232, "Town and Gown,"…

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College tests composting program in residences

Last Monday, the College put a special composting pilot program into effect at select dorms on campus as part of a unique composting initiative meant to advance the sustainability goals…

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