On October 1 Stephen Paddock killed at least 59 people and injured hundreds of others. The horrific and disturbing nature of the violence sparked a bipartisan outpour of thoughts and prayers for the victims, and shock that yet another mass shooting.
It’s election season and the fight has come to Maine. On Saturday, Republicans from all over Lewiston gathered at Lewiston Middle School to pledge their delegates. Ted Cruz won both Androscoggin County and the state. On Sunday, Democrats met at.
After a slew of “hoverboard” fires across the country, Bates College has joined Amazon, the United Kingdom, New York State, all major Airlines, and other colleges and universities in a ban that, according to a report by the BBC, continues to.
With the school year half over and the housing lottery only a little more than a month away, next year’s Theme Houses are now accepting applications. Students lucky enough to get a spot will live with a group of like-minded students in Bates owned.
“Bates has fallen behind many of the other universities in Maine regarding tobacco policy,” sophomore Reed Mszar said. Mszar, along with the Bates Public Health Initiative, ‘Cats Against Cancer, and a variety of local and national.
On April 12th, Freddie Gray was arrested by the Baltimore Police for allegedly possessing an illegal switchblade. A week later, Gray died of a spinal cord injury that occurred while he was being transported in a police van. In the days and weeks.
March 28th marks the date for Bates College’s 26th annual Gala. This year’s theme is A Night in New Orleans. Assistant Dean of Students Keith Tannenbaum and the student-run Gala Planning Committee began work on the dance earlier this fall. Since.
In 1985, Robert Kroepsch (Class of 1933) established and endowed The Ruth M. and Robert H. Kroepsch Award for Excellence in Teaching to acknowledge those professors who go above and beyond at Bates College. Each year, previous winners decide a.
Take a moment to think about the morning routine of the average Bates Student. Wake up, brush teeth; go to Commons and then class. For most of students, all of this seems commonplace. However, for non-binary students, even these seemingly simple.
Bridget Ruff: Why did you want to run for Student Body President in the first place? Norberto Diaz: The reason I wanted to run was that I felt that the student body wasn’t represented very well. A lot of my friends are in Student Government, and I.