Education minors across all class years presented their yearly work at the Education Symposium on Thursday, March 30 in the upstairs of Commons. In addition to poster presentations, there were numerous presentations by seniors who chose to complete.
Amidst the excitement of Gala and the approaching finals week, students were asked to pick their residence for the upcoming academic year. To learn more about the housing selection process, The Student interviewed Molly Newton who is the Assistant.
Commons has recently changed their coffee provider to Seacoast Coffee Company. The process of selecting coffee was collaborative, for Commons workers organized three coffee tastings for students and staff—there were two during lunch and one during.
Teach for America is a non-profit organization dedicated to recruiting undergraduate students to devote two years after college to teaching impoverished children. The reality of the American education system is that “children in extreme.
A small business blog titled “HeroPay” run by CEO Hiro Taylor, recently “analyzed data from 358 cities and conducted a survey of 150 small business owners countrywide to compile a list of the Best cities to start a business in.
Amidst the hype of the 51st Super Bowl on Sunday night, where the New England Patriots won by 34-28, it is important to remain focused on the politics that are affecting all of us. Given the new policies that President Trump is implementing, it is.
The Bates Student Government held their weekly Sunday meeting — open to all students — to discuss future goals and plans that will benefit the Bates community. The Student Government is attempting to improve relations between the security office.
On Friday the 20th, while students were getting ready to jump into the freezing puddle as part of the Bates tradition, Donald Trump was inaugurated into office as the 45th President of the United States. His inaugural address was attended by 900,000.
On Monday the 16th, Bates cancelled all classes in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and offered students multiple workshops, talks, and performances with the theme “Reparations.” The activities began with a discussion entitled.
On November 30th, President Clayton Spencer emailed the students, faculty, and staff informing them that Bates “recently signed an open letter to the President-elect Trump from college and university presidents affirming the basic values of human.