The Penobscot Nation’s ongoing lawsuit against the State of Maine has significant ramifications for Bates. Senior Lecturer of Anthropology Bruce Bourque is testifying on behalf of the state in the lawsuit, providing evidence that the Penobscot.
Senior Michelle Pham thought something was amiss when she heard noises coming from the first floor of her house at 350 College Street without her roommates greeting her. Her suspicions were confirmed an hour later when junior Nancy Tran returned to.
A hike through the mountains became the spark of inspiration for seniors David Kurey and Reed Lewallen. “He initially brought up the idea of having a triathlon at Bates, and then I brought in the idea of honoring John’s life with.
On Friday, the student body will have the chance to vote on a new constitution that would dissolve the Representative Assembly and replace it with a smaller body. The new body would give more power to a new Student Senate and significantly reduce.
A small group of students staged a “sit-in” at Pettengill Hall on Monday, urging President Clayton Spencer and Dean Josh McIntosh to sign a contract that aimed at increasing communication channels between students and the.
Last Wednesday, the Representative Assembly voiced their frustration with a perceived lack of transparency between the administration and student body through a vote of no confidence towards President Clayton Spencer and Vice President of Student.
In a meeting with students last Wednesday, President Clayton Spencer announced a campus-wide initiative that will guide decision making over the next five to ten years. The institutional planning initiative has three main goals; to evolve and adapt,.
A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon the Daily Show’s interview with presidential hopeful/crackpot Mike Huckabee. Huckabee used his television appearance to evangelize one of the most annoying subtexts in American politics: the culture war. Huckabee.
At a recent party, I conversed with a first-year who never heard about Throwback Night. I was pretty surprised to hear that an event which was a big part of my first year at Bates isn’t even on the radar of a lot of students. Throwback Night.
Last week the Dean of Students Office announced that the semester-old policy which allowed athletes to be punished for offenses that did not earn a strike from the Dean’s office has been abolished. A first strike from the college results in a.