Unbelievably, second semester is quickly approaching the home stretch. It is an exciting but stressful time with Short Term and summer just out-of-reach behind impending finals. While it is important to stay focused on the present semester, it is.
In less than a week, on Tuesday, November 8th, citizens around the country will be heading to their local polling places to cast their vote for the next President of the United States of America. If you’re not registered, it is not too late to.
Anyone who is a part of the Community Links listserv is used to receiving emails from Matt Gee with the subject line, “Brunch at Blake Street Towers Sunday!” However, for those Batesies who are unfamiliar with Gee, he is a member of the class of.
Since September I have regularly gone into the Lewiston District Court to work with Maine’s Volunteer Lawyers Project. A couple of other Bates students and I help to provide family law advice for low-income residents by dealing with in-take and.
In the middle of September, a staff writer for The Wesleyan Argus, Bryan Stascavage, wrote an article titled “Why Black Lives Matter Isn’t What You Think.” In the article, Stascavage argues that Black Lives Matter has over-generalized police.
I would like to preface this article by saying three things. First, I support all Bates athletics; second, some of the best friends that I have made here are varsity athletes; and third, I played four years of high school basketball, so I have.
I do not dance. Well, I used to not dance. So naturally, when I first learned about ‘80s Dance during orientation, it put the fear of God in me. I was struggling with transitioning to college life from home life, and now, all of a sudden, the.
There is a common understanding amongst members of the Bates community: Batesies are nice. During orientation week it was not unusual to hear first-years talk about how they chose Bates over the surrounding liberal arts schools at least partially.