In addition to the beginning of the school year bringing numerous changes in regards to the new dorms, the new package center, and health center, the Student Body Government is also setting new goals and making new changes this year. In the words of.
Bates College Student Government’s Oliver Farnum ’19 and Nicole Bermudez ’16 worked to accelerate efforts to reform Bates’ current pass/fail policy this year. The most common issue arises when students realize that they are doing well in.
The entrepreneurial spirit of some Batesies comes out in the form of Bobcat Ventures, a student organization that inspires and rewards students who innovate and develop their own business pursuits. It is a place where students explore various.
Starting the fall of 2016, a new service—the Academic Resource Commons (ARC)—will replace the current one-on-one peer tutoring service available to students. The ARC will be located in the Ladd Library on the first floor and will occupy the.
With its first meeting held on Wednesday, January 27th, Bates was recently introduced to a new organization. The Sexual Assault and Violence Advocacy Club (SAVAC) was started by leaders Charlotte Cramer ’19, Tessa Liebes ’19, Ceri Kurtz ’19.
With the start of the new semester, the Bates College Student Government leadership sets an ambitious agenda after a semester of adjustment to their new structure. This past Sunday’s meeting focused on introducing new people who have taken on new.
With the 2016 Presidential campaigns underway, a new organization has started in Dominican University in California called #CollegeDebate2016. The goal of this organization is to engage college students in politics and the current presidential.
On Wednesday, March 9, Bates students received an email to partake in an anonymous survey to “assess the climate around sexual violence and sexual harassment around campus, so as to make a change and progress.” Sent by Title IX Officer,.
Many college students are currently pursuing studies in economics, the sciences, and computer programming, according to French and Francophone Studies Department Chair Alexandre Dauge-Roth. While students are enrolling in the numerous language.
Andre Brittis-Tannenbaum and Sally Ryerson have been elected as the new senior class co-presidents. The Bates Student sat down with one co-president, Ryerson, and asked her a few questions. The Bates Student: Why did you decide to run for senior.