Category: News

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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Lickety Split to relocate but remain open

Though the new Williams Inn will be built where Lickety Split is currently located, the College plans to make special accommodations to ensure that the local ice cream business stays…

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Students, alumnae earn fellowships for post-grad opportunities

On April 10, the College announced that 15 students and four alumnae have been offered Fulbright grants for 2017-2018. This sets a new record for the College for the number…

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Ephs promote Berlin wind farm’s promise

The following is the second part of a three-part series on the plan for the College to build a wind farm in Berlin, N.Y. Before Reed Zars ’77 left, he…

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Spring Street Blues

Monday 4-10-17 5:24 p.m. Hopkins Hall: Officers took a stolen article report for a student who reported a stolen laptop. The last time the student saw the laptop was in…

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Dining tackles food insecurity with meal plan changes

After student activists brought forth concerns over food insecurity on campus, the College recently decided to make significant changes to dining services and the meal plan structure. Under the new…

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Psych services hires new therapists, receives approval for new building

In March, during the mid-cycle budget approval process, the College’s Psychological Counseling Services (PCS) received approval to hire two additional full time therapists. PCS is in the process of recruiting…

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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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College wind farm efforts proved ill-fated

The following is the first part of a three part series on the failed plan for the College to build a windfarm in Berlin, N.Y. Reed Zars '77 put his…

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Acceptance rate for class of 2021 drops to record low of 14.6 percent

On March 23, the College announced that it had offered 1253 students admission to the Class of 2021. Following a 22 percent spike in applications to the College for a…

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