The Tavern on 7’s signature Mad Dog relish was tasty, as were many of the other classic menu items. NICHOLAS GOLDROSEN/MANAGING EDITOR. Upon our arrival at Tavern on 7, the restaurant at Waubeeka Golf Links, we were greeted by a stunning panorama of the Purple Valley and rolling hills.
INFOGRAPHIC BY WILLIAM NEWTON/PRODUCTIONS MANAGER
At its April 23 meeting, College Council (CC) voted 13–8 with one abstention against recognizing Williams Initiative for Israel (WIFI) as an official registered student organization (RSO). During a CC meeting one week earlier, Council members had voted to table WIFI’s initial request to gain RSO status.
Last night, College Council (CC) voted 13–8 with one abstention to reject a request from the Williams Initiative for Israel (WIFI) to become a registered student organization. The vote came a week after the club’s request was tabled at a previous CC meeting, and the meeting involved nearly two hours of protracted and heated debate among both CC members and a large number of guests attending.
A board in Lasell invites students to share the “elephants in my room,” or experiences that go unspoken. William Newton/Productions Manager.
The College is exploring the possibility of renovating or relocating WCMA. ANIAH PRICE/PHOTO EDITOR.
In its Jan. 2 meeting, the Board of Trustees approved a proposal allowing all students on financial aid to eliminate the summer earnings contribution for one summer of their choice.