Dear President Spencer and Dean McIntosh, My name is Grace Pezzella. I am a senior writing an Honors History Thesis, with no record of misconduct, and I am a concerned member of this community. I am 21, I drink regularly, and I have attended Trick.
If you didn’t hear on your AESOP that Bates is a “clothing-optional campus,” then your leaders were kinder than most. Although the Residence Life staff has taken time this year to put an end to the student body’s scantily-clad.
The Bates College campus is an important factor in the feel of this community. It is small enough to walk across, everything is more or less centrally located, and there are plenty of open- air spaces for students to enjoy the Maine weather. These.
Statistically speaking, one in three women is a victim of sexual assault in her lifetime. For homo- or bisexual men, that number is two in five. And in the modern college community that focuses on “hookup culture” and deemphasizes.
Bill Blaine-Wallace taught Bates College that, among other things, sadness is an acceptable emotion. As the Multifaith Chaplain announced his pending retirement late last week, his lesson held a lot of credence. After what he described as “seven.
On a weekend in early October, a tragic accident left a void in the Bates community. Troy Pappas passed away, taking with him a mélange of qualities that made him at once unique and a very fitting member of the student body. A first-year student,.
While over a week has already passed since Party With Consent, the conversation that it generated is far from over. Collaboration between the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Alliance (CBBA), headed here by Nora Hanagan, and the Student Government, the party’s.
On February 9, a member of the Bates community tore a sink from a wall in Pettigrew Hall, causing severe flooding and damage throughout the building. As a result, carpets, walls, and furniture suffered water damage and PGrew has been closed for.
The heat of the 2012 Presidential election is well in the dust by now, but this year in Lewiston Election Day is no doubt providing big opportunities for the city as a whole and for the Bates Democrats. On Tuesday, November 5, residents of Lewiston.
In theory, Bates students care about sexual assault. It’s a current and salient issue, one that lives on the periphery of most weekend escapades and colors conversations as diverse as the informal chat in Commons to the serious analysis of.