Gala Review: Ahh, Gala… What a wonderful way to end the horrific month of March. A Bates favorite by many of my friends, Gala is the classiest event on the Bates social calendar. As my last Gala came to an end last weekend, I decided to do a quick.
As the semester comes to a close and the sun starts to come out, it is an important time for Bates students to choose the perfect burrow to finish up their final papers. Whether an academic building, a common room in a dorm, or the reflective Salter.
A video of renowned feminist author, Chimamanda Nzogi Adichie, circulated the internet in which she uses what many have labeled “transphobic”, “cis-centric,” and “exclusionary” rhetoric to describe the differences in treatment and.
Since the removal of Keith Tannenbaum, it seems that Bates Campus Life has lost its taste for good parties. Rather than spending a little bit of money on things students might actually enjoy, Bates Campus Life has been hosting lackluster events that.
I suppose that it is worth noting that football history was made on Sunday night, with a certain comeback led by a certain “amazing” quarterback. There was cheering, crying, indulging, and “I’m skipping work tomorrow’s” heard all over.
In spite of the atrocious regulations the Trump administration has been enacting, the one slightly positive outcome is the activism non-minority groups now feel accountable to participate in. Although much criticism around the women’s march was.
The day after they took office following an election cycle fraught with racist, sexist, homophobic rhetoric, millions of women and allies gathered around the nation to demonstrate their resistance against the new government. Among these.
Rather than aggressively complain about our current political events, this week I decided to ask for insight, advice, and tips from Zoë Seaman-Grant and Matthew Davis. The two debate team members recently competed in the World Universities.
Terrorist violence rarely includes women. Terrorist violence as a result of Islamic extremism rarely (if ever) includes “radicalized” Muslim women. Nonetheless, there is a cultural desire in the West to control the bodies of Muslim.