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The Gargoyles: The College’s century-old, somewhat-secret society

The Gargoyles: The College’s century-old, somewhat-secret society

Caleb Ockman and Maya Barr March 14, 2023
Since its founding in 1895, the Gargoyle Society has been an active force in representing the student body and improving the student experience at the College. While the existence of the honors society composed of juniors and seniors is not technically secret, the society keeps the details of its regular operations private. 
‘Mindfulness Examined’  tutorial explores meditation

‘Mindfulness Examined’ tutorial explores meditation

Caleb Ockman November 30, 2022
For the past five years, Kim Gutschow, a senior lecturer in religion, anthropology, and sociology, has taught a tutorial called “Mindfulness Examined.” In pairs, its students explore the benefits that mindfulness provides through in-class meditation and weekly readings.
House Coordinator  responsibilities intensify after addition of stipend

House Coordinator responsibilities intensify after addition of stipend

Edith Edwards-Mizel and Caleb Ockman November 9, 2022
Last year, the College announced that House Coordinators (HCs) would be paid for their work. Although there are no new responsibilities for the HCs this year, the addition of compensation has changed the nature of the position.
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