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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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Not set in stone: Unclear vision for marble project

This is the second 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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Approval Ratings – Spring 2017

In the Record’s recent approval ratings poll, four campus institutions saw decreases in their approval ratings outside of the margin or error, one saw an increase and the remainder saw…

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College revises JA grant

Next year, the College will continue its policy of covering, via a grant, the academic-year student income contribution for students receiving financial aid who serve as junior advisors (JAs). However,…

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JAs wear bleached shirts to highlight entry system inequities

Last Wednesday, approximately 45 current and former Junior Advisors (JAs) wore bleached JA shirts to protest a lack of support for students and JAs of color in the entry system. …

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The birth of a stage: Examining the conception and life of the ’62 Center

This is the first 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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Free speech resolution passes

On April 18, College Council (CC) issued a resolution in support of “free, open and honest dialogue” at the College. Written by 2017 CC representatives Kevin Mercadante ’17 and Hanson…

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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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