Day: November 14, 2018

College reports Campus Climate Survey findings

By Noah Purdy – 2 months ago

Following the completion of the survey commissioned by the Engaged Pluralism Initiative (EPI) last spring, the College reported on its findings this week. On Tuesday, Nov. 13, President of the…

Lecture reflects on nature of man in Murakami’s oeuvre

By Jessica Moss – 2 months ago

Exploring the nature of humanity is a common thread throughout many literary works. However, the pervasiveness of this theme does not detract from the singularity of each works’ conclusion. Such…

Diabetes in daily life recounted

By Frankie Knuckles – 2 months ago

On the morning of Nov. 1, 2018, I draft a Facebook post, proclaiming that we are now in Diabetes Awareness Month. I tell my friends to educate themselves about the…

Quite Frankly

By Frankie Knuckles – 2 months ago

Have a question you want answered? Submit your quandaries at http://bit.ly/2RFnXfk Hey Frankie, Who am I? Sincerely, Future Philosopher Dear Philosopher, Quite frankly, I suspect this was a joke submission.…

Nguyen ’20 navigates crossroads of multiple identities

By Duncan Aronson – 2 months ago

Whether she’s working at the Information Desk, delivering laughs in underground improv performances or running around as president of the Asian Students’ Alliance (ASA), Heather Phan Nguyen ’20 always carries…

Acclaimed author Maggie Nelson delivers Gifford lecture

By Meghan Hayfield – 2 months ago

On Thursday, Nov. 8, acclaimed writer and poet Maggie Nelson delivered the annual Gifford Lecture. Nelson was awarded the MacArthur “Genius” Grant in 2016 and the National Endowment for the…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan – 2 months ago

In this week’s headlines… A week after election day, the 2018 midterm elections have not yet ended. Democrats successfully took back control of the House of Representatives with a 227…

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