Bernie Rhie leads Zen workshop

On Tuesday evenings, most students at the College are knee-deep in work at Sawyer or Schow. Even so, it is not uncommon for the meditation room in the basement of Thompson Memorial Chapel to be filled to capacity.

“Halloween” packs theater, remains just as popular on 40th anniversary

Rebooting classic film franchises has been a Hollywood staple for years, and the Halloween series is about to receive this treatment, with a critically acclaimed sequel on the verge of release. The line out the door at Images two Fridays ago, however, wasn’t for the latest Halloween film, but rather for a limited-run screening of the original 1978 slasher by John Carpenter.

On free speech: Developing guidelines for campus democracy

Controversial guest speakers have been hot topics on college campuses for years now. It’s been two years since former President of the College Adam Falk made national headlines for, in his own words, “taking the extraordinary step of canceling a speech by John Derbyshire.” However, our divided political atmosphere has brought more radical voices to the forefront, and so the debate over what should and shouldn’t be permitted in campus dialogue remains relevant to our community.