Following Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation from the papacy on February 28, more than one hundred cardinals met in Rome to make the most important decision of their lives. On Tuesday, March 12, the group of cardinals began the Papal conclave to.
On October 26, Bates College faculty, staff, students, and alumni gathered inside Merrill Indoor Gymnasium to formally welcome President A. Clayton Spencer to her new home. In 2011, Spencer’s impressive résumé and “Bates” personality.
On February 1, former Massachusetts Senator and Presidential candidate John Kerry was sworn in as the nation’s 68th Secretary of State. He was approved by the United States Senate with a 94-3 vote. Kerry replaced Hillary Clinton, who served.
Women Advocacy Group’s soiree and reactions to sexual assault controversy at Amherst This past Saturday evening, the Bates Women’s Advocacy Group held their first-ever Soiree, held from 8-11pm in the Little Room in Chase. It was advertised.
In early December, freshman Sam Glasgow led Bates College’s first official Sportsmen’s Club meeting. Students gathered to hear about the opportunity to learn about firearm use and safety and to discuss the direction of the new club. The meeting.