Category: News

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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Computer science addresses gender disparity

This is the second of a two-part Closer Look into gender disparities at the College, examining what departments and student organizations are doing to address this issue. Several groups at…

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Great Ideas Committee addresses Water Street running, biking safety

Active students, faculty and community members worry that the conditions and lack of sidewalks on Route 43 and Water Street are unsafe. June Han/Photo Editor College Council’s Great Ideas Committee…

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Al-Batal speaks at the College on the future of Arabic pedagogy

On Thursday, Mahmoud Al-Batal visited the College and spoke on the pedagogical challenges of teaching Arabic as the language has shifted since 2001. Al-Batal is a professor of Arabic at…

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Construction continues on campus

Construction will be widespread at the College over the next year, with plans for continued work from now until 2020 on various new and continuing projects. Williams Inn and College…

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Spring Street Blues

Monday 2-27-17 2:25 p.m. Sage Hall: Officers responded to a stolen article report from a student who reported that in Nov. 2016 he locked his bike to the Sage D…

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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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Examining the gender disparity across academic fields at the College

This is the first installment in a two-part series that will look at gender disparity in majors at the College. The first part will look quantitatively at the gender gap…

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Libraries eliminate fines

College libraries have eliminated fines for overdue technological equipment, a policy that became effective on Feb. 20. Any fines accrued by students since July 2016, even if already paid, will…

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North Adams places third in business contest

The Small Business Revolution, an organization that highlights the impact of small businesses in their communities run by Deluxe, announced the winner of their annual competition last Wednesday. While North…

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